Illinois v wardlow 528 us 119 2000 is a case decided before the united states supreme court involving us criminal procedure regarding searches and seizures holding in an opinion delivered by chief justice william rehnquist the supreme court . The state further argues that even though wardlow withdrew his waiver a few hours after it was filed wardlows change of heart did not vacate the waiver ab initio rather as this court held in state v. United states supreme court illinois v wardlow2000 no 98 1036 argued november 2 1999 decided january 12 2000 respondent wardlow fled upon seeing a caravan of police vehicles converge on an area of chicago known for heavy narcotics trafficking. State v dillon 12th dist madison no ca2012 06 012 2013 ohio 335 8 9 state v bonnell 140 ohio st3d 209 2014 ohio 3177 syllabus to that end the trial court must find that the consecutive sentence is necessary to protect the public from future crime or to punish the offender rc 292914c4 state v. No 98 1036 illinois petitioner v william aka sam wardlow on writ of certiorari to the supreme court of illinois january 12 2000 chief justice rehnquist delivered the opinion of the court
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