Introduction to the American Government

Introduction to the American Government

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CJ140-01 Purdue University Global The American Government, which was brought into being by the Constitution, is separated into three different factions: The Legislative, the Executive, and the Judicial. Each branch is divided into smaller agencies and groups, ensuring that each branch of government does not have too much power, and that is shared equally between […]

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Reasonable Suspicion V. Probable Cause

Reasonable Suspicion V. Probable Cause

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CJ 140 Purdue University Global In order to understand exactly what reasonable suspicion and probable cause are, and what, exactly, that they entail, one must first understand why a law enforcement officer would need to have either of the standards met before conducting a search or seizure. What prompted the need for law enforcement officers […]

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The Exclusionary Rule Clarified

The Exclusionary Rule Clarified

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The Exclusionary Rule Clarified CJ140 Purdue University Global The Exclusionary Rule Clarified The exclusionary rule is a rule that was propagated by the Supreme Court, with the primary purpose being to deter governmental transgression. This is the most used means by which infringements to the Constitution, such as police transgression due to illegal search and […]

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Introduction to the United States Supreme Court

Introduction to the United States Supreme Court

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CJ 140 Purdue University Global The Judicial System, in which was first established in the United States Constitution, in Article III, is made up of several components, including; Trial courts, appellate courts, and the supreme courts. The United States Supreme Court holds the power in the justice system, with the ability to uphold, or override, […]

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Definition, and Comparison of, Search and Seizure

Definition, and Comparison of, Search and Seizure

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CJ 140 Purdue University Global A law enforcement officer is held to the expectations and restrictions that are laid out within the Fourth Amendment. The Fourth Amendment protects individuals from unreasonable search and seizures. With this amendment in place, a law enforcement officer must have a reasonable suspicion, or probable cause, to either perform a […]

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United States Bill of Rights: Applications in Criminal Justice PowerPoint Presentation

United States Bill of Rights: Applications in Criminal Justice PowerPoint Presentation

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CJ 140 United States Bill of Rights:Applications in Criminal Justice 1 Contents History of the Bill of RightsApplications of the Amendments in Criminal JusticeAmendments I-II, IV-VI, VIIIArguments advocating for the Death PenaltyArguments opposing the Death PenaltyMy opinion on the Death Penalty 2 History of the Bill of Rights Anti-Federalists demanded a document that would spell […]

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