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Police in Modern Society Week 3 Notes

by: Maggie Loy

Police in Modern Society Week 3 Notes Crim Jus 288

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Police in Modern Society
Jason Lee
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policing, issues in policing, arrest, seizures, Legal, Legal Studies, Law, Tort Law, Vehicle incidents, probable cause, reasonable judgement, & Amendments
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Date Created: 10/12/16
Policing Notes Week 3 Police and the Law Due Process Revolution Limit power of executive branch Search and Seizure of Persons Fourth amendment  Protects against unreasonable search/ seizure  Most common form of seizures Stops  Arrests Guidelines for stopping/ arresting Reasonable suspicion (for stopping/ frisking) Amount of certainty by officer that crime has been/ will be committed Vague, broad Probable cause Arrest has to be based upon Facts/ circumstances reliable; reason to believe crime has been committed Exclusionary rule How 4  amendment applied in real world Enforcing reasonable standard Any evidence obtained in violation of 4  amendment won’t be admissible in court Fruit of the poisonous tree (extension) Must be excluded as any form of evidence in relation to any crime Stop and Frisk Terry Stop Right to stop person temporarily if they have reasonable suspicion  Limited pat down/ frisk Limits Officer safety Arrests Higher legal justification No warrant Routine felonies in public Warrant Felony arrest in private home Castle doctrine After arrest Comprehensive search Schimmel rule Wingspan search Limited sweep of home Search and Seizure of Property No warrant Plain view Open fields Hot pursuit Consent Vehicle searches Pre­textual stop Sobriety checkpoints Warrantless search Carol doctrine Mobility Probable cause Miranda rights Don’t need to read if in immediate danger Torts Intentional (assault/ battery, wrongful death) Negligent (failure of officers to do their job)


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