Defending Majority Decision Of Terry V. Ohio

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Defending Majority Decision of Terry v. Ohio

Defending Majority Decision of Terry v. Ohio
Terry v. Ohio is a landmark supreme court case that started on October 31st, 1963, in Cleveland Ohio, when police officer Martin McFadden observed three men engaging in suspicious behavior. At first two men, John W. Terry and Richard Chilton, were taking turns pacing up and down Euclid Avenue, stopping to peer into a storefront, then congregating at the street corner. Later, a third party (Katz), met the two at the corner then left abruptly after a brief conversation. Officer McFadden confronted the three men, searched their outer garments under the suspicion of criminal intent and found ...view middle of the document...

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