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Chapter 12 . Criminal Justice Process: The Investigation . Arrest . Arrest: when a person suspected of a crime is taken into custody. Two ways: an arrest warrant or probable cause Arrest warrant: court order commanding that a person named be taken into custody.

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Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Criminal Justice Process: The Investigation


Arrest

Arrest

  • Arrest: when a person suspected of a crime is taken into custody.

    • Two ways: an arrest warrant or probable cause

  • Arrest warrant: court order commanding that a person named be taken into custody.

  • Probable cause: having a reasonable belief that a specific person committed a crime.

    • Drug courier profile: used to provide a basis to stop and question a person or to help establish probable cause


Arrest ctd

Arrest, ctd.

  • Reasonable suspicion: based on less evidence that probable cause, but must be more than a hunch.


Problem 12 2 page 137

Problem 12.2/ Page 137

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Problem 12 3 page 139

Problem 12.3/Page 139

  • Discuss as a class


Search and seizure

Search and Seizure

  • There is no right to privacy in the Constitution

  • Fourth Amendment

    • “Free from unreasonable searches and seizures”

    • Establishes conditions under which search warrants may be issued.

  • Exclusionary rule: prohibits the use of illegally obtained evidence against a person at trial.


Problem 12 4 page 141

Problem 12.4/Page 141

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