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Date Created: 02/06/15
February 3 2015 Exam day February 5 2015 Chapter 2 Interrogations and Confessions x The Police 0 Entry into Law Enforcement I Tend to have family in law enforcement I A degree and particular law enforcement training is required I State police go to state academy I FBI goes to the FBI academy 0 Must have a degree 0 Certain number of years of work experience 0 Apply before age 35 I Psychological assessment of recruits Take a lie detector test Test for stress situations Take the MMPI Psychological interview I Psychological issues on the job Pressure and Stress Cynicism and desensitization 0 Same people same places same issues over and over again PTSD and risk of suicide 0 Having to use a gun or being shot yourself 0 Hesitant to talk and have access to numerous weapons Frequent encounters on the job 0 Domestic violence usually have backup 0 Mentally ill go through special training to handle the mentally ill x Police Procedure 0 Exclusionary Rule Mapp v Ohio 1961 The 4th amendment search and seizure Police had information that a man had bomb making equipment so they went to check the house The police presented a fake warrant and let themselves in the house after the accused mans mother refused to let them in Police found illegal porn but because it was not legally obtained it could not be used in court If the mother would have let the officers in then the porn would have been legally obtained 0 Right to remain silent Miranda v Arizona 1966 Sexual assault Miranda was put in a police car where he was questioned and he responded in a way that made it seem like he committed the crime Police must warn those arrested that they have a right to remain silent if they choose Miranda was not warned so therefore his lawyer wanted the evidence thrown out The problem with Miranda rights is that it is written at a 10th grade reading level and a lot of people don t comprehend what it means 0 Davis v US quotmaybe I should get a lawyer This statement was ignored because it was not specific enough you must directly ask for a lawyer 0 Right to Counsel Gideon v Wainwright 1963 Gideon was on trial for stealing but he could not afford a lawyer so he asked the state for one Gideon did not receive a lawyer so he defended himself and was convicted but then later filed for an appeal 0 Betty v Brady 1942 Right to counsel only under certain circumstances The Supreme Court decided a person should have an attorney An attorney will be provided in felony cases Applies to the trial and only one appeal There are specific guidelines as to whether or not a person can have an attorney assigned to them
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