TITLE

PARTICULARIZED SUSPICION, CATEGORICAL JUDGMENTS: SUPREME COURT RHETORIC VERSUS LOWER COURT REALITY UNDER TERRY V. OHIO

AUTHOR(S)
Harris, David A.
PUB. DATE
June 1998
SOURCE
St. John's Law Review;Summer/Fall98, Vol. 72 Issue 3/4, p975
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents the views of the United States Supreme Court and lower case regarding the Terry v. Ohio case. It states that the Supreme Court emphasizes the importance of reasonable suspicion while the lower courts have defined categories for police to stop or to frisks in different situations. It mentioned that the Supreme Court must be specific regarding its discussion of reasonable suspicion as a basis for stop and frisk rule.
ACCESSION #
21211055

 

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