Syllabus october term, 2003 maryland V. pringle. Supreme court of the united states. Held Because the officer had probable cause to arrest Pringle, the arrest did not contravene the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments. Maryland v. Garrison 480 U. S. 79, 107 S. Ct. Pringle appealed a conviction, based on lack of probable cause, when he was arrested for paraphernalia found in the back of another person’s a car, while sitting in the front. Maryland v. Pringle, 540 U. S. 366 2003, is a Supreme Court of the United States case regarding the reasonableness of the arrest of a passenger in an automobile. A police officer stopped a car for speeding at a.m.; searched the car.
Maryland v. Pringle. Media. Oral Argument - November 03, 2003. A state court sentenced Pringle, the front-seat passenger, for possessing and intending to distribute cocaine after he signed a written confession. Summary of Maryland v. Pringle Citation 540 U. S. 366 2003. Relevant Facts Maryland police officers stopped a car for speeding during early morning hours. Upon stopping the car, police officers found three men in the car, including Joseph Jermaine Pringle.
Maryland v. Pringle - Amicus Merits. Docket number No. 02-809the Supreme Court of the United States. State of maryland, petitioner. v. Joseph jermaine pringle. CASE CITATION Maryland v. Pringle, 540 U. S. 366 2003 PARTIES State of Maryland, Petitioner / Appellant Joseph Jermaine PringleThe vehicle, a Nissan Maxima belonging to Joseph Jermaine Pringle, along with two other men were found inside the stopped vehicle around in the morning.