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Search & Seizure. AGENDA April 11, 2013. Today’s topics Taking care of each other Applying the 4 th Amendment: Search & Seizure Administrative Return Chapter 13 Glossary quizzes Homework Complete questions in “Applying the 4 th Amendment” handout. Take Care of Each Other.

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agenda april 11 2013

AGENDAApril 11, 2013

Today’s topics

Taking care of each other

Applying the 4th Amendment: Search & Seizure

Administrative

Return Chapter 13 Glossary quizzes

Homework

Complete questions in “Applying the 4th Amendment” handout

a person is driving their car
A person is driving their car…

…with a broken taillight, and then the police officer smells marijuana.

Do you think the police can do a…

Pat down search

Personal search (empty their pockets)

Trunk search

Interior search

Inventory search

a person is home when a police officer comes to their house
A person is home when a police officer comes to their house…

…in “hot pursuit” of a fleeing suspect.

Can the police enter and/or search the home?

a person is home when a police officer comes to their door
A person is home when a police officer comes to their door…

…with a warrant.

Can the police enter and/or search the home?

a person is home when the police come to the door
A person is homewhen the police come to the door…

…without a warrant, but they see contraband through a window or an open door.

Can the police enter and/or search the home?

a person is home when the police come to the door1
A person is homewhen the police come to the door…

…without a warrant, but a roommate grants them permission to search another roomate’s bedroom.

Can the police enter and/or search the home?

a person is home when the police come to the door2
A person is homewhen the police come to the door…

…without a warrant, but their parent/guardian grants permission to search their room.

Can the police enter and/or search the home?

…without a warrant, but their spouse grants permission to search their room.

…without a warrant, but a minor child grants permission to search a bedroom.

…without a warrant, but their POSSLQ grants permission to search their room.

learning goals
Learning Goals

Understand the civil liberties guaranteed by the Bill of Rights

  • Describe, apply and critique key rights outlined in the Bill of Rights
a student is at a public school and school authorities want to
A student is at a public school and school authorities want to…

…search their locker for contraband.

…search every student’s locker in the entire school.

…search a student’s backpack after a teacher sees that student in a restroom, then enters the restroom and smells smoke.

…take drug-sniffing dogs through all areas in the school with student lockers.

…take drug-sniffing dogs through the student parking lot.

…require UA before a student can play on the school football team.

…require UA before a student can play cello in the school band.

…strip search a middle school student suspected of possessing over-the-counter medicine.

search seizure problems
Search & Seizure problems

MORE

  • Problem 12.1 (page 136)
  • Problem 12.2 (page 137)
  • Problem 12.4 (page 141)
homework
Homework

Before you leave

  • Pick up your belongings & any trash
  • Straighten up your area

Homework

  • Complete questions in “Applying the 4th Amendment” handout
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