Real Suspicion Law and Legal Definition

Real suspicion means "subjective suspicion supported by objective, articulable facts that would reasonably lead an experienced, prudent customs official to suspect that a particular person seeking to cross our border is concealing something on his body for the purpose of transporting it into the United States contrary to law." United States v. Kallevig, 534 F.2d 411, 414 (1st Cir. P.R. 1976)