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Gun admissible after stop and frisk in high-crime area (access required)

Where police saw defendant in a high-crime area and noticed a bulge under his jacket, they were justified in performing a Terry stop-and-frisk after he refused to remove his hands from his pockets. A firearm found during the search is admissible evidence. The police were not first required to ask defendant if he had concealed weapon ...