Nearly 100,000 pages of documents made public in Trenton, N.J., show that New Jersey state troopers stopped overwhelmingly disproportionate numbers of minorities in searches for drugs. "Seven out of every 10 minority drivers [whose cars were searched] . . . there was nothing there," Atty. Gen. John J. Farmer Jr. said. The U.S. Supreme Court has said police can use race as a factor in vehicle stops, he said.