ATV Ruling 

Maine’s Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that in a 2007 incident game wardens had the right to stop an ATV operator without suspicion of wrongdoing.A Mars Hill man claimed his fourth amendment rights were violated when a warden stopped his ATV to give him a field sobriety test.Tuesday’s Supreme Court 4-3 decision said it was necessary for game wardens to be allowed to stop ATV drivers.However, a recent change to state law that takes effect in September says wardens must have “reasonable suspicion” of a violation in order to make a stop.