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Old 06-12-2019, 08:46 AM
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My bolding. The level of proof needed to stop a car is a reasonable articulable suspicion not probable cause. In order to write a summons for a violation or conduct a search there must be probable cause but not to stop a car.
Agreed and thanks for clarifying. I was trying to run through 80 odd years of Constitutional law in a few sentences. Doing so, I left out the reasonable articulable suspicion standard but it had been noted several times before.
 

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