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Can a Florida Law Enforcement Officer Detain You Without Arresting You?
Can a Florida Law Enforcement Officer Detain You Without Arresting You?

Yes, with limitations. Under Florida law, based upon reasonable suspicion that you may be involved in criminal activity, a police officer may require you to identify yourself and explain your presence at a particular time, without arresting you. Under Florida law the officer ...

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