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Frisk during traffic stop violated Fourth Amendment

Officers violated the Fourth Amendment when they conducted a pat down during a traffic stop based on a generalized suspicion of illegal drug activity rather than a genuine concern for their safety, the 9th Circuit has ruled in reversing a conviction.


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