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Chapter 8: Multiple choice questions: 1) In the United States legal system, there are two standards of proof that must be met before the judge decides who wins a case. Civil courts use a lower standard of “preponderance of evidence”, while criminal courts use a higher standard of “beyond a reasonable doubt”. Police are allowed to question the accused without a lawyer present there. Federal crimes can be felony or misdemeanor b is the correct answer. 2) From what I understand from the book for the warrant, police can only conduct for a search without a warrant under these circumstances: -Searching a suspect arrested lawfully - If police have lawfully stopped a car and observe evidence of other crimes in the car. -If police believe that the evidence is about to be destroyed. -Anyone living lawfully at a place and allow the police to search then they can do it. D is the answer 3) Evidence can be included in case search warrant is defective, if police believed at the time of the search that it was valid. -The prosecution cannot use any evidence police found as a result of illegal search. -Any statement made by defendant is useable if police do read him Miranda rights -If prosecution is overturned because of exclusionary rule, prosecution is allowed to retry the defendant. C is he answer 4) My answer for this case is B. According to the book, embezzlement is defined as theft of property by a person in a position of trust or responsibility over those assets. In this can Alina has committed embezzlement by hitting the slots with the car of Benry instead taking it to the repair shop.
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