Picture yourself walking in the Bronx borough of New York heading to your home or apartment and a police officer stops you and asks to search you. He is searching you because he thinks you look suspicious and you might be holding a firearm. Is this fair for the police officer to stop you and frisk you? A New York Judge, Shira Scheindlin, says no. She has put a halt to searches and frisking, deeming it unconstitutional and a violation of the Fourth Amendment.