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  • The requirement to consider all facts and the context rather than a single factor to evaluate concepts such as reasonable suspicion, probable cause, detention, and conditions of detention. Because there is often no single factor that defines probable cause for an arrest, for instance, officers must look at all factors known to them to determine if probable cause exists.

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