The First Circuit recently reaffirmed that lack of reasonable suspicion to arrest a person was insufficient to suppress evidence arising from that arrest in an immigration proceeding.
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Fourth Circuit: Frisks Are Constitutional Where Reasonable Suspicion Exists That Individual Is Armed
The Fourth Circuit recently held that an officer who makes a lawful stop and has reasonable suspicion a passenger is armed may frisk that individual.
Second Circuit: Avoiding a Checkpoint Is Not Itself Sufficient to Find Reasonable Suspicion but Can Be When Paired with Other Factors
The Second Circuit recently found that while the avoidance of a checkpoint may be considered when determining whether law enforcement had reasonable suspicion, it cannot itself establish reasonable suspicion.