(Concord,N.H.) - The New Hampshire Supreme Court says a police officer who stopped a driver for a defective headlight acted unlawfully when he asked to see the driver's tongue and then used it's greenish hue as the basis for a marijuana arrest. In a unanimous decision today, the justices said that Enfield officer Roy Holland's request to see the driver's tongue transformed the routine traffic stop into an unconstitutional search for evidence of drug possession.