Orlando W. Wilson Summary

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The Supreme Court in view of crime and other dangers-offers police mobility in containing crime. In response to the crime in the early 1960’s, Orlando W. Wilson states how police in order to discover and eliminate crime, they must have the authority to question suspects under “reasonable suspicion and search a suspect on reasonable ground.” Usually when a Police officer needs to hold someone in arrest or search a suspect they must have a warrant. This idea proposed by Wilson is to search or talk with a suspect without a warrant only when provided by reasoning that said suspect producing suspicious behavior. This may seem as too much power in the hands of the police but this suggestion does not justify searching anyone and everyone. Graham discusses

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