Reasonable Suspicion | Definition

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Course: Introduction / Policing / Procedural Law

Reasonable suspicion is an evidentiary standard falling between a mere hunch and probable cause; reasonable suspicion must be based on articulable facts based on a reasonable person test.

Compare with probable cause


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Last Modified: 07/19/2021

 

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