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KLOTTER EXAM QUESTIONS—EXAMPLES 2 EXAMPLES OF TRUE FALSE QUESTIONS 1. The United States Supreme Court has no authority to interpret state constitutions as long as state provisions and decisions interpreting them meet the standards set by the United States Constitution. True or False? 2. According to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Oregon v. Mathiason, police are required to give Miranda warnings to any suspect questioned in the police station house? True or False? 2 EXAMPLES OF MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. Concerning the scope of consent searches: I. Consent searches are unreasonable if they exceed the scope of consent. II. Consent searches are unreasonable if they exceed the apparent authority of the person giving the consent.
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Unformatted text preview: III. The test to determine the reasonableness of a consent search is based on the totality of the circumstances. IV. The test to determine the reasonableness of a consent search is whether the officers reasonably believe that the search is within the scope of consent obtained. Answer: I, III I, II, IV III I, II, III, IV 2. According to U.S. Supreme Court Justice White’s plurality opinion in Florida v. Royer, seizure by police occurs when a. Police officers approach an individual on the street and ask her to answer some questions b. The officer identifies himself as a police officer and asks the citizen to answer some questions c. a and b d. neither a nor b...
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