CrimProQuiz35 - 1. In Cupp v. Murphy the court permitted...

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1. In Cupp v. Murphy the court permitted the search because of: A. the fact that a delay would result in the evidence being destroyed. B. the fact that there was a reasonable suspicion that the suspect had committed a crime. C. the fact that there was probable cause to arrest the suspect for murder. D. the fact that the suspect had been arrested. E. the fact that a delay would result in the evidence being destroyed and there was probable cause to arrest the suspect for murder. Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: E 2. The purpose of a "Chimel" search is: A. to find evidence that an arrestee may try to destroy. B. to find a weapon that the arrestee may try to use to escape. C. a and b are correct D. neither a nor b are correct E. The Chimel case does not deal with searches. Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: C 3. Probable cause is required before an arrest warrant is issued, but police may arrest without a warrant whenever they have a reasonable suspicion that a suspect has committed a crime. Answer
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course CJ 275 taught by Professor Dow during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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CrimProQuiz35 - 1. In Cupp v. Murphy the court permitted...

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