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The Rules of Law Enforcement

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The Rules of Law Enforcement The police did conduct a lawful search and seizure under the guidelines described in the text. I know this because there was probable cause to search the man in the large coat because he was suspiciously walking out of an electronic store, wearing a large coat in the summer. There was probable cause to search the house because that's where the police were told the other suspect lived. The suspects fourth Amendment was not violated. The search was reasonable, and yes there was probable cause. The evidence in the case study that led me to this conclusion with the suspect was the small 22-caliber gun, the three iPod's, and the two digital cameras. The evidence that led me to the conclusion for the house was the digital camera and some computer games still in the packaging. The fact that there was 3 small marijuana bags and some pills found as well did not help this suspect either.
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  • Spring '10
  • criminal law, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Law enforcement terminology, Miranda warning, Arrest

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