"Thus, under the facts in the case at bar, the officers intruded upon
constitutionally guaranteed rights based on nothing more substantial than inarticulate
This is a great case out of Fairfield County. Basically, a police officer stopped a car because he heard the Defendant rev his engine and it appeared as though he was traveling faster than the posted speed limit. Thankfully, the Court of Appeals held that the police officer did not have probable cause to stop the car and threw the case out.