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Anatomy and Physiology I
Stephan W. Irwin
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kayla Pinion on Thursday February 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Bio 210 at Tri-County Technical College taught by Stephan W. Irwin in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Anatomy and Physiology I in Biology at Tri-County Technical College.


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Date Created: 02/25/16
Case Study #1                                       3 Case Study #1 Kayla Pinion Thomas Lawrence  Tri­County Technical College Case Study #1                                                                                                                                                         2 Case Study #1 In this case the two officers had every right to detain and frisk John Doe.  All of the listed factors contribute to the officers decision to keep a crime from taking place: the officers  experience in the field, their knowledge of the previous crime in the area they were patrolling,  the time of night, their suspicion that Doe could be armed, and that he continued to watch the  attendant at the gas station.  In the first issue it was legal to detain John Doe. The officers had the right to detain Doe  because they could reasonably suspect that Doe was about to rob the attendant at the gas station  in Charlotte, North Carolina. Under the fourth amendment the U.S. Constitution requires that the  detention must be based on reasonable suspicion and criminal activity is about to take place  (Carmen, Hemmens, 2015, p.123). They could suspect this because they had been watching and  observing him. They saw the way he was acting and looking at the attendant. He was also trying  to hide himself from the officer’s view. Because of the time of night, and the fact that the gas  station had previously been robbed, we can conclude that the officers had the reasonable  suspicion to detain him.  In the second issue the officers were entitled to conduct a frisk. All officers need to  conduct a frisk is reasonable suspicion (Carmen, Hemmens, 2015, p. 121). Because of the time  of night, Doe acting suspicious, and the fact that Doe continued to keep an eye on the officers  after they had driven off, they had the right to do a frisk. Another reason they were entitled to  Case Study #1                                       3 conduct a frisk was when the officers decided to confront him. Doe had rushed toward the  attendant and was standing over him when the officers drove up. So they did a pat down and  found a gun in his pants pocket. If the officers had not acted on their reasonable suspicion by  detaining and frisking Doe. He could have harmed the attendant and robbed the gas station. Case Study #1                                                                                                                                                         4 References Carmen, R. V., & Hemmens, C. (2015). Criminal Law and Practice (10th ed.). Boston, MA:  Cengage Learning. 


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