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2 Feb 2013, 11:33 am by Brian Shiffrin
In Illinois v Wardlow (528 US 119 [2000]), the United States Supreme Court, by a 5-4 vote, held that a person in a high crime area fleeing at the sight of police is, by itself, sufficient to create reasonable suspicion, under the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution. [read post]
27 Jun 2019, 9:09 am by Peggy Cross-Goldenberg
” Their article, The End of Intuition-Based High-Crime Areas, which you can access here, presents the first empirical analysis of the Supreme Court’s decision in Illinois v. [read post]
21 Jun 2011, 8:45 am by Kiera Flynn
Fowler Docket: 10-1273 Issue: Does the Court’s decision in Illinois v. [read post]
21 Jun 2016, 4:55 am by David Markus
S. 1, 4–5 (1989), and how you behaved, Illinois v. [read post]
15 Jan 2008, 4:54 am
January 11, 2008)*: While flight upon seeing police officers can give rise to reasonable suspicion if it occurs in a high-crime area, see Illinois v. [read post]
19 Sep 2011, 2:30 am
Brignoni-Ponce, 422 U.S. 873, 885 (1975), and (3) whether there is unprovoked flight, Illinois v. [read post]
10 Jun 2011, 11:49 am by Andrew Tidwell-Neal
  A late night encounter in a high crime area requires very few "specific articulable" facts to warrant a Terry stop and frisk.In Illinois v. [read post]