Objectively Reasonable | Definition

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Course: Introduction / Procedural Law

Objectively reasonable means that a reasonably prudent and cautious person (not the individual officer involved) would find an officer’s actions reasonable under the circumstances.

Contrast with subjectively reasonable.


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Last Modified: 06/29/2021

 

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