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  • Searches And Seizures Fourth Amendment
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    In 1787, the fathers of our country met at the Philadelphia Convention to ratify the document that would soon be known as The Constitution of the United States of America. This Constitution was to be the supreme law of the land. Our Constitution was set up in order to form a more perfect union, and to give the people under its provision certain unalienable rights. Among the rights granted to the people are: the right to free speech, the right to keep and bear arms, and the right of the people to...
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  • Law Enforcement Agencies Conflict Perspective
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    ... hile on probation, these pedophiles go right back on the Internet, and start their stalking again. Some of these newsgroups that cater to the pedophile, have almost 150 to 200 postings to its bulletin board each month. There is no one to watch and monitor these newsgroups, as this is a costly expense to both the probation office and the law enforcement agencies. According to Saul's ( (1993), when law enforcement agencies obtain an search warrant, they must be careful adhere to the establishe...
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  • Boulder Colorado Ransom Note
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    The brutal murder of 6 -year-old Jon Benet Ramsey on Christmas night in 1996 shocked America to its core. Just as the Lindbergh baby kid napping and murder seven decades earlier had seared the nations consciousness, this murder of a beautiful and talented child in a wealthy Boulder, Colorado home -- renewed every parents worst nightmare. It has been nearly three years since this violent crime occurred and no one has been brought to justice. At 6: 48 p. m. , Dec. 23, 1996, a 911 call was placed f...
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  • Search And Seizure Probable Cause
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    Search and Seizure by definition refers to a police practice whereby a person or place is searched and evidence useful in the investigation and prosecution of crime is seized. The Fourth Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and constitutionally limit the search and seizure by provisions in the several state constitutions, statutes, and rules of court. Generally, people instinctively understand the rights and concepts and of privacy. Its the freedom to decide which...
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  • Fourth Amendment Drunk Drivers
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    The laws of the United States can be hard to understand sometimes. The Fourth Amendment states that people have a right not to be searched without a reasonable warrant and that people have a right to feel secure in their homes. There are acts giving police permission to do what ever they need to to keep drunks off the streets. There are also rules and regulations, kind of like a sports game, and, just like games, there are always ways to get around these rules. Like finding it legal to randomly ...
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  • Arrest Search Warrants And Probable Cause
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    1. The United States Supreme Court has held that normally, a police seizure of either evidence of a crime in a constitutionally protected area or a possible criminal defendant must be based on probable cause (e. g. , Illinois v. Gates (1983) ). Furthermore, the Court has repeatedly stated that a government search or seizure on private premises without a warrant is presumptively unreasonable under the Fourth Amendment unless it falls within one of the "carefully delineated" (Welsh v. Wisconsin, (...
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  • Law Enforcement Officers Police Officers
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    Law Enforcement Officers Are They Fair? It is not secret that rights of people can be violated because of deception of law enforcement officers. There are many reasons for this, but in the United States the main one is probably the due to the factor of personal responsibility of officer. Law enforcement officers often times have to use deception and other covert techniques to gain access into a suspects dwelling or place of business. Police officers risk their lives everyday just by putting on t...
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  • Probable Cause Criminal Acts
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    CAUGHT ON TAPE Using Criminals Videos Against Them By Edward F. Davis, M. S. , and Anthony J. Pinizzotto, Ph. D. Article from FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin In Sparta, Michigan, a 16 -year-old high school dropout with a criminal record bludgeons a man to death, then cuts off his head. In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, five teenagers vandalize and burglarize eight homes and a school. During their escapades, they blow up a live sea trout in a microwave and get a dog high on marijuana. In Los Angeles, a g...
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  • Tragic Hero Reverend Parris
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    A tragedy should bring fear and pity to the reader. A man in this tragedy not should be exceptionally righteous, but his faults should come about because of a certain irreversible error on his part. This man should find a bad or fatal ending to add to the tragedy of the story, for this man in the tragic hero. The protagonist John Proctor portrays a tragic hero in The Crucible; his hamartia of adultery causes great internal struggles, he displays hubris by challenging authority, and he encounters...
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  • Law Enforcement Officer Plead Guilty
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    There are some 30, 374 lay magistrates in England and Wales, 15, 858 men and 14, 516 women, appointed by the Lord Chancellor or the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, in the name of the Crown. Magistrates are ordinary members of the community who sit in the Magistrates Courts and who dispense justice at the lowest level of the English court system. They are unpaid for what they do and therefore are not servants of the Crown. This supports their position of impartiality between the Crown and t...
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  • U S District Court Miranda V
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    The Miranda rights all started in 1963. Ernest Miranda was taken into custody by Phoenix police as a suspect for the kidnapping and rape of a girl. The Phoenix police department questioned Ernest for two vigorous hours. Miranda finally confessed orally to the crime, and then wrote out a statement admitting to the crime and describing what he had done. Miranda's trial came to date; the crime was admitted despite his lawyers advice and he was convicted and sentenced. Three years later Miranda's ap...
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  • Law Enforcement Officers Police Officers
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    Police Officers Overstep Their Rights When Searching People One of the main powers law enforcement officers carry is the authority to make citizens involuntarily give up their rights. Most people when confronted by police get mild to moderate panic reaction, can become nervous or anxious, and do as much as possible to limit the time spent with the officer. Due to the difference in power between a citizen and a police officer, citizens often unknowingly, give up their constitutional rights when a...
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