Probable Cause

Before an investigation can result in formal charging, there must be probable cause. Probable cause for arrest exists where the facts and circumstances within the officer's knowledge and of which he has reasonably trustworthy information are sufficient to cause a reasonably cautious and prudent police officer to believe that an offense has been committed and the person arrested probably committed it.Some investigations end without arrest and/or filing of charges due to lack of probable cause.

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