My question involves criminal law for the state of: Michigan
I was pulled over and searched because and officer falsely claimed he saw me puchase drugs, long story short I was with kids who are African American and im not and since we were in an upper middle class all white area the cop just assumed we were with them to purchase drugs.
He searched my car, found no drugs but i did have paraphernelia. Since i didnt actually have any drugs it is impossible for to officer have seen me buy any drugs. He actually wrote on the report he saw us complete a drug transaction which never happend and his thourough search of me, my passenger and the car, including a canine sniff should prove that i never bought drugs.
since he stated that the reason for the stop was him witnessing a drug deal (which he himself proved never happend) he should not be able to go back and use the totality of the circumstances and reasonable suspicion for the stop because he cleary wrote on the report and said during the stop (which was recorded) that he conducted based upon our activities that he had reasonable suspicion for the stop
Allright just simplifing the question, since his reason for stopping clearly isnt true i should be able to get the paraphernalia charge dissmissed?