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Fourth Circuit Sets Out Authority to Frisk When a State’s Law Permits Possession of Concealed Firearm – North Carolina Criminal Law
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, on a rehearing of a case en banc, held in United States v. Robinson, 2017 WL 280727 (Jan. 23, 2017), that an officer had the authority to conduct a frisk of a lawfully-stopped person whom the officer reasonably believed to be armed with a concealed firearm, regardless of whether …