articulable


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ar·tic·u·la·ble

 (är-tĭk′yə-lə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being articulated: vague, barely articulable thoughts.

articulable

(ɑːˈtɪkjʊləbəl)
adj
having the ability to be articulated
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pdf     Traffic Stop Reasonable, Articulable Suspicion In this appeal following his conviction of felon in possession of a firearm, appellant challenged a pretrial order that denied his motion to suppress evidence seized from him after the investigatory stop of a car in which he was a passenger.
Williams requires reasonable articulable suspicion that illegal activity is afoot in order to detain a driver by prolonging a traffic stop.
technical data sheet: 102780 r-3: circular cutting engineer with articulable yunch for digestive anastomosis of 31mm external diameter.
The Playable Experiences track will continue this year with five systems with articulable innovation in the use of AI directly affecting the user's experience, including Proofdoku, Grayscale, Traveler, Unexplored, and Darwin's Demons.
70) As a result of this exception to the constitutional probable cause requirement, under [section] 2703(c)(1)(B), a court order for disclosure of CSLI need only be supported by a standard of "specific and articulable facts" that show "reasonable grounds to believe" that the record is "relevant and material to an ongoing criminal investigation.
Not to mention the complicated ways that my own bad feelings about my mother's addiction had only then begun to settle into articulable shape in my mind.
Supreme Court in 1991 held that armed narcotics officers had legal authority to question a bus passenger without any articulable suspicion, so long as "a reasonable passenger would feel free to decline the officers' requests or otherwise terminate the encounter.
to which no probable cause or even articulable suspicion exists"
200) To obtain an order authorizing the production of records under this provision, the government had to provide the FISC with "specific and articulable facts giving reason to believe that the person to whom the records pertain fed was] a foreign power or an agent of a foreign power.
103) To reduce government authority, the USA FREEDOM Act requires the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)--before receiving daily production of telephone metadata--to demonstrate reasonable grounds that the requested data is relevant to an investigation and a reasonably articulable suspicion that the requested data is tied to a foreign agent or power.
It is President Vladimir Putin and Russia who are"making the weather" in Syria absent any corresponding commitment or articulable policy from President Obama.
narrow, succinctly articulable message," (45) but mere intent to