Federal Court Judge Scheindlin ruled against the unconstituional practice of New York City police under Stop and Frisk. Stop and Frisk origins were built built on the so called Terry Stop rules which allowed police to frisk suspects if believed to be a danger and possess a weapon. Reasonable suspicion and not probable cause is all that is required.
Unfortunately of course, NYPD and other police took that to mean frisk basically anyone they stop in order to look for drugs, and oh yes, a gun. The American Civil Liberties Union, the greatest civil rights organization in American history, opposed this practice. Because after all, the 4th Amendment's protections against unreasonable search and seizure do apply to young African American and Latino males in urban areas, the last time I checked.
But alas, even though Judge Scheindlin stood up for civil liberties, a federal appeals court overturned the ruling. Technically they stayed or put a hold on her ruling and kicked her off the case. So, you can rest safer in New York City, folks, knowing the police can one again harass someone for having pot in their pockets. Because it is much more likely that someone will be arrested for marijuana possession then having a gun.