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Criminal – Search & Seizure – Fourth Amendment – Stop and Frisk (access required)

A police officer lacked sufficient facts to support a reasonable suspicion that the defendant was engaged in criminal activity where the defendant walked briskly away clutching his right side when an officer approached him in a “high crime area” at 10:30 a.m. As a result, the Court of Appeals holds the trial court erred by ...

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