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In Maryland v. Wilson (1997), the case in which police removed and detained a passenger from a lawfully stopped vehicle, SCOTUS held that: ​

A)the officer ordering the passenger out of the car was an unreasonable seizure.
B)the practice of ordering all drivers and passengers who were stopped in traffic stops out of their vehicles was reasonable.
C)the officer ordering the driver out of the car was too great an intrusion into the driver's liberty.
D)police must have articulable suspicion of danger to order the passenger out of the vehicle.

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