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What is the Difference Between Reasonable Suspicion & Probable Cause?
What is the Difference Between Reasonable Suspicion & Probable Cause?

Before police officers can detain, search, or arrest someone for an alleged crime, they must first obtain reasonable suspicion and then probable cause. While these two legal concepts are often used interchangeably, they are applied in different ways. Reasonable Suspicion The ...

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