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Reports how the Court is hearing Terry v. Ohio along with 3 others cases with stop-and-frisk issues. The Court will explore:
How much right does a policeman have to stop and question a suspicious person he has no legal reason to arrest?
If a policeman frisks a person he does not have a reason to arrest and finds incriminating evidence, can that evidence be used against the person in court.
Fourth Amendment, Stop and Frisk, Search and Seizure, Terry v. Ohio, U.S. Supreme Court, Martin McFadden
Cleveland Plain Dealer, "67/12/11 High Court to Eye Frisk Case" (1967). Newspaper Coverage. 7.