Otter Tail County woman's meth conviction reversed in 'suspicious licenses plate' case
Mismatched license plates did not warrant a police search that resulted in methamphetamine-possession charges against a woman who first refused permission for the search, the Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled.
The 4-3 decision issued on Wednesday reversed the fifth-degree drug possession conviction of Erika Diede, who was charged in Otter Tail County in 2008.
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