Defendant's shoes were properly seized on his arrest for fear that they might be disposed of. A shoeprint tied the defendant to the scene of the crime. State v. Fana, 2008 Conn. App. LEXIS 419 (August 26, 2008).
Recovery of a DVD from defendant's person as a search incident for theft of DVDs was proper. Breaston v. State, 2008 Ind. App. LEXIS 1940 (August 27, 2008).*
Defendant's stop for a traffic offense led to his fidgeting and relating of impossible travel plans, both of which led the officer to believe defendant was under the influence of drugs. That led to a valid detention to bringing in a dog which alerted. United States v. Hogan, 2008 U.S. App. LEXIS 18346 (8th Cir. August 27, 2008).*
Convention is overrated... Guy 1: Your shoes are so awesome. ? Guy 2: OMG, I love your shoes! ? Guy 3: I have to buy you a drink; those shoes are just too fabulous. And so on? My mother after hearing me recount the story a few days later: Why is it that I have NO problem picturing you in a gay bar, camping it up in ruby red slippers, and receiving drinks from homosexuals? When I think about it, you must have been so
Li Ning As China Law Metaphor Is it the Shoes? Is it the Shoes? Is it the Shoes? ... it's gotta be the SHOES!" -- Mars Blackmon, from Spike Lee's 1986 film, "She's Gotta Have It" Adidas pays around $80 million to be a sponsor of the Olympics and Li Ning gets to carry in the torch, figuratively burning much of that $80 million...