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Sunday, February 19, 2006

Alaska: Suspicionless Frisks Argued in Supreme Court

What if someone in a high crime area engages in no behavior giving rise to reasonable suspicion or PC, but the police want to frisk them anyway during consensual questioning?  No good, according to the Alaska Court of Appeals (opinion here), but the prosecution has appealed. [Jack Chin]

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