Outcome: Adam’s Client was subjected to a traffic stop and drugs were reportedly found. In the resulting federal criminal case, Adam moved to suppress the evidence, arguing there was no basis for the traffic stop and the dog relied upon for probable cause to search the car was unreliable. Noting the officer’s poor performance on cross-examination, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit concluded there was no credible testimony justifying the stop. The case was dismissed. Adam convinced the appellate court to release his Client from federal prison prior to issuance of its ruling.