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How did the Terry v. Ohio case change the Fourth Amendment?

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Terry v. Ohio, 392 US 1 (1968) It didn't change the Fourth Amendment at all. The US Supreme Court. interpreted. the Fourth Amendment as allowing the "stop and frisk" procedure to which Terry objected. The Court held the circumstances in the case did
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