2-13-08 - The officer was allowed to only do a limited...

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2/13/08 Doctrine of exclusion Cannot use evidence from an unlawful search Terry v Ohio page88**** Facts Police saw 2 suspects on the street corner late at night They kept walking up to a window of a store and the police thought that they were casing the store for a robbery The police went up to the men and identified himself the men talking between them self then the office did a basic pat down and found weapon The suspect were arrested for possession of weapons Was terry rights of the 4 th amendments violated? No The officer had reasonable circumstance so the search was admissible
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Unformatted text preview: The officer was allowed to only do a limited search during a limited stop Doctrine of reasonable suspicion** Adams v Williams pg 95 Facts Police received a tip that a suspicious man was sitting in a car The police approached the car and asked the man to get out of the car and instead the suspect just rolled down the window Was the stop and frisk reasonable? Yes Because the informant was know and reliable it was enough to be used for reasonable suspicion US v Cortez pg 99 Did the officers have probable cause to stop the vehicle? Yes...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CRJ 205 taught by Professor Reisner during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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