Question and answer, answer the questions provided below.
Question 1. Judicial Approval for Stop and Frisk Searches, TERRY v. OHIO; Where a police officer observes unusual conduct which leads him to reasonably conclude that criminal activity may be afoot and that the person with whom he is dealing may be armed and dangerous, where he identified himself as an officer, and where his fear is not dispelled, may the officer conduct a limited pat- down” of the subject’s outer clothing in an attempt to discover weapons? Explain your answer and include the decision of the court.
Question 2. What Constitutes a “Stop” Under the Stop and Frisk Doctrine, MICHIGAN v. CHESTERNUT; Where a person begins to run at the sight of police officers and discards packets, does such investigatory pursuit by police constitute a seizure under the stop and frisk doctrine? Explain your answer and include the decision of the court.
Question 3. Search Incident to Lawful Arrest: The Requirements, CHIMEL v. CALIFORNIA; Absent exigent circumstances, may law enforcement official conduct a complete search of an arrestee’s home on the justification that the search was conducted as incident to the arrest of the occupier of the home? Explain your answer and include the decision of the court.