Question 1 2 out of 2 pointsAccording to the SCOTUS opinion in U.S. v. White (1971), involving a friend wired for sound for the police: Selected Answer: a. a person contemplating illegal activities must realize and risk that a friend might be reporting to the police. Answers: a. a person contemplating illegal activities must realize and risk that a friend might be reporting to the police. b. a suspect’s friend may relate the substance of conversations between the two without violating the Fourth Amendment, but the amendment is violated if the friendrecords those conversations for the police without a warrant. c. a search warrant is required any time electronic devices are used to obtain evidence. d. a defendant has a constitutionally protected expectation that a person with whom heor she is conversing will not reveal the conversation to the police.
Question 2 2 out of 2 pointsThe fundamental fairness doctrine of due process requires states to provide: