What is a Stop & Frisk?

A cop can detain and (“stop”) and pat down (“frisk”) if he has:

 

1. a “reasonable” suspicion of criminal behavior and/or

 

2. “reasonable” concern for officer safety. This applies on the street and at a traffic stop.

 

The officer needs to have more than a “hunch”, or a judge will throw out the search.

 

The officer needs to have something he can put into words which is both reasonable and rational….like “furtive movements” and reaching into bulky over-sized clothing, or a bulge that has the outline of a gun or knife.

 

He can’t go rooting around in your pockets without 1 and 2.

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