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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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A 'search term' (such as a phone number) can be used to search the records only if there is a "reasonable articulable suspicion" that it was "associated with international terrorism." The USA Freedom Act was only a partial victory for privacy rights, however.
The Court of Appeals concluded that the 911 call, combined with officers' observations of appellant's vehicle being precariously parked on the wrong side of the roadnear a steep drop offfacing the wrong direction with its lights on, provided police had reasonable, articulable suspicion to seize appellant.
Indeed, the very absence of any articulable harm emanating from the governor's post undermines the argument that his benign Easter greeting somehow violated a reader's constitutional rights.
Polanyi contributes for Mitchell a theory of knowing, or "tacit knowledge," since not all valuable knowledge is articulable in logical precepts.
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 "Escape Plan" and "At the Bar": Dynamic Characters Driven by Spirit AI Character Engine; Vox Populi: The Ustradian Games; Project Hastur: An Evolutionary Tower Defense Game; Camelot: An Interactive Narrative Sandbox Environment; Bottery; and PASS: A Game for Social Skills Training.
Alternatively, it calls for a dangerousness hearing when the crime charged includes a sentence to the house of correction or state prison and either: (1) the defendant has a prior conviction for a dangerous crime; or (2) there are "specific, articulable facts and circumstances demonstrating a serious risk that the defendant may attempt to obstruct justice, or attempt to threaten, injure, or intimidate" police, witnesses or jurors.
The trial court permitted the expert to testify generally, but excluded his opinion on Frizzell's specific mental state because it relied on Frizzell's out-of-court statements.<br />After a jury found Frizzell guilty, he appealed on grounds that the trial court erred in not suppressing evidence, excluding his expert testimony, and rejecting three of his proposed jury instructions.<br />Reasonable suspicion<br />Woods did not lack a reasonable, articulable suspicion to initiate the traffic stop.<br />The interaction between Woods and the SUV's occupants began consensually, and Frizzell was not actually "seized" until well after he had committed serious criminal acts.
"It must comply with the time frame unless there is an articulable reason."
A Rochester City Court judge has suppressed all evidence and dismissed the case of a man accused of driving while intoxicated because police lacked a probable cause to make the traffic stop that led to his arrest.<br />"There was no articulable or credible evidence that defendant had committed a traffic infraction before he was stopped by the police," Judge Ellen M.
En la accion de configurar un espacio, en ese artefacto material y espacio-temporal, se celebra de nuevo ese rito articulable que Lyotard situaba difunto en las pinturas rupestres de Lascaux.
As the court has held previously, Hudson wrote, the stop "must be based on specific and articulable facts, as well as the rational inferences from those facts, as viewed through the eyes of a reasonable, cautious officer, guided by his experience and training." <br />The court believes the standard was met here.
Police responding to an anonymous 911 call regarding potentially illegal activity are best advised to keep a recording of that call, lest a subsequent stop, arrest and conviction be overturned on appeal.<br />And if a recording does not exist, the officers had better have an explanation, Maryland's second-highest court said last week in overturning an illegal gun possession conviction in Baltimore.<br />In its reported 3-0 decision, the Court of Special Appeals said a 911 dispatcher's report -- that two black men wearing blue and gray jackets were selling drugs from a Honda Accord in the 5500 block of Ready Avenue -- did not give police officers reasonable articulable suspicion to stop the vehicle and men meeting the tipster's anonymous, unrecorded description.