Commonwealth v. Tillery

In Commonwealth v. Tillery, the Pennsylvania Superior Court reviewed an order from the Court of Common Pleas granting the defendant’s motion to suppress. Police officers pulled the defendant over for violating 75 Pa.C.S.A. § 3334(a), which requires motorists to use turn signals when changing lanes. The Commonwealth alleged that the defendant violated that provision by pulling into a parking spot without using a turning signal. The Superior Court affirmed, holding that Section 3334(a) required a turn signal when changing lanes or entering traffic from a parking spot, but not when pulling into a parking spot from moving traffic, as was the case here.

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