KHP: Proposed injunction responding to traffic stops disrupts operations


A proposed injunction responding to how the Kansas Highway Patrol carries out traffic stops would be "overkill" in some instances and would compromise troopers' ability to do their job.

The Highway Patrol made those arguments in response to U.S. District Judge Kathryn Vratil's proposed injunction after finding that a technique used by troopers to detain drivers and sniff out drugs violated the constitutional rights of motorists.

The patrol argued that the proposed injunction exceeds the court's authority by placing it in the position of . . .


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