Detentions by Police

Police officers are sometimes entitled to stop people seemingly at random, as when roadblocks and sobriety checkpoints are involved. But they generally need  a level of suspicion that lies somewhere between a hunch and probable cause in order to detain and question citizens. And they need more than that to search them.

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