Tens of thousands of times over six years, the police stopped and
questioned people on New York City streets without the legal
justification for doing so, a new study says.
And in hundreds of thousands of more cases, city officers failed to
include essential details on required police forms to show whether the
stops were justified, according to the study written by Prof. Jeffrey
A. Fagan of Columbia Law School.
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