CJUS 2100 Week 8
CJUS 2100 Week 8 Cjus 2100
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Madison Notetaker on Tuesday October 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Cjus 2100 at University of North Texas taught by Dr. Peter Johnstone in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see US Crime/ Justice in CJUS at University of North Texas.
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Date Created: 10/18/16
10/18/16 Police and the Rule of Law o US v. Thompkins o Daisy Coleman o 4th o 5th th o 6 o Warrants o The Exclusionary Rule o Miranda US v. Thompkins (suspect) o 5 to 4 decision in Supreme Court o Thompkins arrested for shooting a boy outside of a shopping mall. Arrested 1 year after shooting and was given his Miranda rights. He refused to sign a form that he understood his rights. He remained silent during 3 hour interrogation. Thompkins was asked 3 quesitons: Do you believe in god? Do you pray to god? Do you pray to god to forgive you for shooting down the boy? Problem with these questions- these are leading questions; can’t ask about religion Thompkins only answered “yes” to these questions o Daisy Coleman (victim) Daisy was 15 years old- alleged sexual assault Results: bc of her age and circumstances, it was important to officers to tell her that she has a right not to self-incriminate. Statutory rape. Appeal- criticized for the handling of the case. Was he still convicted of the crime? We do not Miranda-ize the victims.
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