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Reports on Louis Stokes argument that upholding Terry's frisking by Detective Martin McFadden would signal the relaxing of the Fourth Amendment's protection against illegal search and seizure. Reuben Payne, assistant Cuyahoga County prosecutor, contended that the McFadden had the right to search Terry whom he suspected was planning a robbery and probably was armed.
Fourth Amendment, Stop and Frisk, Search and Seizure, Terry v. Ohio, U.S. Supreme Court, Louis Stokes, Reuben Payne
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Cleveland Press, "67/12/12 Supreme Court Hears Stop-Frisk Case" (1967). Newspaper Coverage. 10.