Recent Examples of articulable from the Web
Officer Hummons had no articulable facts to believe that Horton was carrying a firearm without a valid FOID card.
The time has come to change that and define an easily articulable rule: if an officer is instructing a suspect to have a seat in a police vehicle, then Miranda warnings are required.
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legal Definition of articulable
- police had observed drug sale and stopped defendant on articulable reasonable suspicion that he was dealing drugs
- —National Law Journal
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