Florida Cop Draws Down On Man With License To Carry
Orlando's Orange County sheriff's Sergeant Draws down on man without suspecting criminal activity against a SCOTUS decision that dealt specifically with guns. In the 2000 case Florida v. , the Court said "an anonymous tip that a person is carrying a gun" is not by itself "sufficient to justify a police officer's stop and frisk of that person." Responding to Florida's argument that the reasonable suspicion requirement should be waived in light of the public safety threat posed by guns, the Court rejected Florida's argument.
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