Reasonable suspicion, philosophy homework help

This term refers to more than bare suspicion; it exists when “the facts and circumstances. within [the officers’] knowledge and of which they [have] reasonably trustworthy information [are] sufficient to warrant a prudent man in believing that the [suspect] had committed or was committing an offense.”

A. Reasonable suspicion

B. Justification

C. Probable cause

D. Administrative justification

 
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