ICLE | Fourth Amendment: Terry Stops
Fourth Amendment: Terry Stops
On-Demand Seminar (Posted 01/30/20) | Level: Intermediate

The Terry exception that allows police to stop and frisk a suspect without a warrant is as relevant in today's criminal cases as when it was first articulated by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1968. Watch a prosecutor and defense lawyer examine the legality of three hypothetical searches by reviewing body-worn camera footage of Terry stops by police.

  • Review the limits of police searches set out in Terry v Ohio
  • Raise and respond to evidentiary challenges based on unlawful searches
  • Apply rules to real life situations, including traffic stops, public intoxication, and concealed weapons
Available Formats
Attend online at your convenience. Includes individual on-demand access to video recordings, written materials, and PowerPoints for three years.
Prosecutor Chris Anderson and defense attorney Allison Kriger discuss the admissibility of evidence in three...
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