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Stop and frisk police actions explained by Alpharetta, GA. Criminal Defense Attorney Scott Miller.

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In the landmark Supreme Court decision, Terry v.  Ohio, in 1968 the Supreme Court held that a police officer can stop and frisk an individual for weapons if the police officer has reasonable suspicion that a criminal offense has occurred or is about to happen.

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