State Supreme Court: Race, Ethnicity Relevant to Determining Whether Law Enforcement Has 'Seized' Someone
“Our precedent has always required that the seizure inquiry be made in light of the totality of the circumstances, and we have never stated that race and ethnicity cannot be relevant circumstances,” Justice Mary Yu wrote for the court en banc. “However, we have not explicitly held that in interactions with law enforcement, race and ethnicity matter. We do so today.”
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