Terry v. Ohio

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March 12, 2016

 

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The court also said that a patting of outer clothing is in itself a search. Therefore, the judgment here is as to whether or not the actions were considered reasonable. They went on to state that police must have probable cause and a warrant to perform a search. Yet, during on-the-spot observations during a beat, it is not likely or reasonable for an officer to obtain a warrant to search an individual...
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They went on to state that police must have probable cause and a warrant to perform a search. Yet, during on-the-spot observations during a beat, it is not likely or reasonable for an officer to obtain a warrant to search an individual. However, good faith or a hunch alone cannot be enough to determine a situation unpractical, and to override these rules...
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