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FAQ > What is probable cause?

The phrase “Probable Cause” comes from the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. To have Probable Cause, there needs to be sufficient evidence for a prudent person to believe that a crime was committed and the accused probably committed the crime. What that means is the government needs to have enough evidence for the average person to believe the accused committed a crime.

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