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Criminal Justice 2011

  • Chapter 2:

LEGAL ISSUES IN

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

Class Name,Instructor Name

Date, Semester


CHAPTER SUMMARY

Summarize the due process rights provided by the Constitution.

2.1

Summarize the legal guidelines police must follow for searches, seizures, and arrests.

2.2

Describe the process of obtaining and executing a search warrant.

2.3

Explain when warrantless searches are authorized.

2.4

Summarize when the use of force is permitted.

2.5


Learning Objectives

After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome

  • 2.1

Summarize the due process rights provided by the Constitution.


2.1

Due Process

Rights prior to

arrest

Rights during arrest including

the use of

force

Rights during

hearings and

trials

The right to appeal conviction and

against cruel and unusual punishment


2.1

Rights provided by the Constitution

The Criminal Justice System Operates within these Key Amendments…

4th Amendment

6th Amendment

5th Amendment

The right to confront their accuser and the right to counsel

Search and Seizure AND the Use of Force

Self-Incrimination,

and Miranda


2.1

Due Process –the Fourteenth Amendment

Due Process

Passed in 1868

Equal Protection

Extended to all

Fourteenth

Amendment


Learning Objectives

After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome

  • 2.2

Summarize the legal guidelines police must follow for searches, seizures, and arrests.


2.2

4th Amendment


2.2

Arrests

Stop-and-frisk

Seizures

Search

4th Amendment


2.2

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All police searches generally require warrants


2.2

Arrests

Police officers must have probable cause to make an arrest

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Learning Objectives

After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome

  • 2.3

Describe the process of obtaining and executing a search warrant.


2.3

Search Warrant

Neutral Magistrate

Particularity

Probable Cause


2.3

The Search Warrant Process

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2.3

The Search Warrant Process

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2.3

The Search Warrant Process

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2.3

The Search Warrant Process

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2.3

The Search Warrant Process

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Learning Objectives

After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome

  • 2.4

Explain when warrantless searches are authorized.


2.4

Warrant Exceptions

Searches Incident to Arrest

Consent Searches

Exigent Circumstances Searches or Emergency Searches

Vehicle Searches


2.4

Warrant Exceptions

Plain View

Searches

Open-field Searches

Stop and Frisk

“The Terry Stop”


2.4

Stop and Frisk


Learning Objectives

After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome

  • 2.5

Summarize when the use of force is permitted.


2.5

The Use of Force

Three Justifications of Force

Self-Defense and Defense of Others

Defense of Property

Make an arrest


2.5

Arrest


2.5

Law Enforcement Use of Force

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2.5

Law Enforcement Force Model

Verbal instruction and commands

Empty Hand Control Measures

Intermediate and Less-Lethal Weapons

Deadly Force


2.5

Deadly Force!

Intent to use

The weapon

Weapon

Delivery system

Deadly force

authorized


CHAPTER SUMMARY

Summarize the due process rights provided by the Constitution.

2.1

Summarize the legal guidelines police must follow for searches, seizures, and arrests.

2.2

Describe the process of obtaining and executing a search warrant.

2.3

Explain when warrantless searches are authorized.

2.4

Summarize when the use of force is permitted.

2.5


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