Case Study 1: The Officer and the Drug Arrest

Case Study 1: The Officer and the Drug Arrest

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Case Study 1: The Officer and the Drug Arrest CRJ 325 Identify the constitutional amendment that would govern Officer Jones’ actions. In your own opinion, discuss if you support his actions or not. Justify your answer using the appropriate case law and Supreme Court precedents. Officer Jones’s actions would be govern by the Fourth Amendment […]

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CRJ 325 Case Study 2: Plain View, Open Fields, Abandonment, and Border Searches as They Relate to Search and Seizure

CRJ 325 Case Study 2: Plain View, Open Fields, Abandonment, and Border Searches as They Relate to Search and Seizure

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Case Study 2: Plain View, Open Fields, Abandonment, and Border Searches as They Relate to Search and Seizure CRJ 325 Plain View, Open Fields, Abandonment, and Border Searches as They Relate to Search and Seizure The constitutional amendment that justifies Officer Jones’s actions would be one of two amendments-the abandonment doctrine and the open field […]

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CRJ 325 Assignment 2: Constitutional Rights

CRJ 325 Assignment 2: Constitutional Rights

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Assignment 2: Constitutional Rights CRJ 325 Constitutional Rights As citizens of the United States of America, we have inherited constitutional rights that have been outlined in the Bill of Rights. These rights are afforded to individuals during different stages of the criminal justice process. The different stages include but are not limited to arrest, search […]

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Procedural Law and the Bill of Rights

Procedural Law and the Bill of Rights

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Assignment 1: Procedural Law and the Bill of Rights CRJ 325 Procedural Law and the Bill of Rights The Bill of Rights is a very important doctrine that helps to govern states on individual’s rights. The first ten commandments of the United States Constitution is considered the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights simply […]

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Case Study 3: Confessions and Admissions after a Request for a Lawyer

Case Study 3: Confessions and Admissions after a Request for a Lawyer

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Case Study 3: Confessions and Admissions after a Request for a Lawyer CRJ 325 Confessions and Admissions after a Request for a Lawyer The constitutional rights that are related to this case are the Fifth and Sixth Amendments. The Fifth Amendment states that no person should be held to answer for a capital, or infamous […]

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case study 2: Plain View, Open Fields, Abandonment, and Border Searches as They Relate to Search and Seizures

case study 2: Plain View, Open Fields, Abandonment, and Border Searches as They Relate to Search and Seizures

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PLAIN VIEW, OPEN FIELDS, ABANDONMENT AND BORDER SEARCHES AS THEY RELATE TO SEARCH AND SEIZURES CRJ 325Criminal Procedure Week 6Case Study 2 08-May-18 The identification of the constitutional amendment that would govern the officer from the below referenced synopsis, as well as the constitutionality and validity of the officer’s actions, will be identified in this […]

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Case Study 1: The Officer and the Drug Arrest

Case Study 1: The Officer and the Drug Arrest

16 October 0

THE OFFICER AND THE DRUG ARREST CRJ 325 Criminal Procedure Week 2 Case Study 1 Introduction Officer Jones is a veteran officer with the Smithville police department. He received information that a citizen living in the local housing project was selling drugs. This information was conveyed to Officer Jones by an anonymous caller to the […]

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Procedural Law and the Bill of Rights

Procedural Law and the Bill of Rights

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Assignment 1: Procedural Law and the Bill of Rights CRJ325 Criminal Procedure The United States’ Legal System Sources of Rights The body of the United States’ (U.S.) legal system includes the federal and state constitutions and case law made of the legal principles expressed in court decisions. First, the U.S. Federal Constitution contains the Bill […]

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Constitutional Rights

Constitutional Rights

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Assignment 2: Constitutional Rights CRJ325 Criminal Procedure The Four Elements of Arrest An arrest is the seizing of an individual into custody for the charge of wrongdoing as the prelude to take legal action against the person for that offense. An arrest has four elements comprising of seizure and detention, the intention to arrest, arrest […]

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Confessions and Admissions after a Request for a Lawyer

Confessions and Admissions after a Request for a Lawyer

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Case Study 3: Confessions and Admissions after a Request for a Lawyer CRJ325 Criminal Procedure The Fourth and Fifth Amendment The Fourth Amendment’s probable cause requirement in police work governed Officer Jones’ actions in the warrantless arrest of the shoplifting suspect.The warrantless arrest was justified when probable cause was present before Officer Jones’ seizure. Probable […]

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