#517 - Suspects Who Run

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#517 - Suspects Who Run

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The Supreme Court of the United States has handed down a decision that may be helpful to police officers in the course of their attempts to apprehend suspects. The case deals with the right of a police officer to “stop and frisk” a suspicious person. To understand the holding of Illinois v. Wardlow and its possible benefits to police officers, it is necessary first to understand rules associated with stop and frisk.

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