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Criminal Law: Stop and Frisk-Reasonable Suspicion-Concealed Weapon

Where a defendant, who was arrested after an officer observed him place a gun in his waistband, argued that the officer lacked a reasonable suspicion that he was engaged in criminal activity because the officer had no reason to suspect that he lacked a permit, the denial of the defendant’s motion to suppress is affirmed ...

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