1. What Is Sufficient To Establish Reasonable Suspicion?

    Any criminal lawyer knows that before a law enforcement officer, who lacks probable cause to arrest, can detain someone and thereby curtail his or her freedom of movement, he must first have reasonable suspicion to believe that criminal activity is afoot. Reasonable suspicion must be based on "specific and articulable facts" that leads the officer to believe that (1) a crime has been, is being, or…Read More