Stop and frisk

Stop and Frisk The law concerning stop and frisk versus custodial arrest is one of the ways the Supreme Court has employed in an attempt to balance due process (individual rights) and crime (public safety) concerns. The fundamental distinction rests in the level of evidence needed. A stop and frisk requires reasonable whereas an arrest requires the higher standard of probable cause. Briefly summarize stop and frisk (including the distinction between the stop and the frisk). Make sure to cite appropriate case law to include Terry v. Ohio (1968). Provide an example where a stop and frisk would be justified, the appropriate length of time of the detention, could the subject be handcuffed during this stop, and what level of force could be used to enforce the stop and frisk (300 to 350 words)

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