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Do an Internet search and find a criminal procedure case that relies on the precedent set in Terry v. Ohio. Thoroughly explain the case and state exactly what the court in the case stated about
Terry v. Ohio. The case must specifically cite Terry v. Ohio.
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User: Do an Internet search and find a criminal procedure case that relies on the precedent set in Terry v. Ohio. Thoroughly explain the case and state exactly what the court in the case stated about Terry v. Ohio. The case must specifically cite Terry v. Ohio.

Weegy: here is the website/link:
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User: What is a good criminal procedure case that relies on the precedent set in Terry v. Ohio





Weegy: Precedent was set in Terry v. Ohio when the courts ruled that it is reasonable for an officer to perform a limited search and, if necessary, seizure of weapons on a person that the officer reasonably believes could be armed. [ In this case, an officer noticed an individual (Terry) repeatedly walking up and down the street in front of a particular business while talking to another man and was suspicious that they were "casing" the place for a later robbery. Upon questioning them, he decided that there was ample suspicion to warrant a search of the men, and found a firearm. When the case later went to the Supreme Court for a trial of fourth amendment violation, there was some dissent on the decision. It was ultimately determined that the facts of the case warranted the search and/or seizure (possible violent crime, armed robbery). Simply stated, a policeman on a typical patrol would be unduly burdened without the allowance of search and seizure when circumstances were suspicious. ]
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