CJ 100 Unit 2 lecture notes
CJ 100 Unit 2 lecture notes CJ 100
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CJ 100 Unit 2 Notes September 9, 2016 Court cases Weeks v. United States (1914) o Exclusionary rule is created (1914) – any evidence obtained illegally resulting from illegal search and seizure cannot be used in court o Huge check on police power o Only applied to federal criminal cases Mapp v. Ohio (1961) o Extended the exclusionary rule to the states too Katz v. United States (1967) o Police bugged a public phone booth in order to gain evidence against him o What a person knowingly exposes to the public, even in his own home or office, is not a subject of 4 amendment protection o You have a reasonable expectation to privacy even in public places California v. Greenwood (1988) o 4 amendment does not prohibit the warrantless search and seizure of garbage left for collection outside home o No reasonable expectation of privacy for things you ‘expose’ to the public Kyllo v. United States (2001) o Suspected Kyllo was growing weed in his home but didn’t have enough for a warrant o Used thermal imaging technology see if there was an intense heat source using plain view doctrine o Supreme court sided with Kyllo, thermal imaging technology does not count as ‘plain view’ Terry v. Ohio (1968) o Terry stop – said that all we need is ‘reasonable suspicion’ instead of ‘probable cause’ to conduct a search on a traffic stop o Can do a pat down of outer extremities but not personal belongings without consent terms: Tort – a wrongful act or an infringement of a right (other than under contract) leading to civil legal liability Class action lawsuit – when a group of people come together to sue a company instead of just one person Punitive damages – damages exceeding just compensation and awarded to punish the defendant (corporation/person) Compensatory damages – compensate victim(s) for any damages done from the wrongful act (hospital bills) Preponderance of evidence – putting a percentage on who is more responsible for the damages (only in civil court) Crime control model – everything is geared toward speed and efficiency in criminal justice (plea bargaining) Due process model – (obstacle course justice) geared toward every case going to court and going through “due process” (media likes to sensationalize this)