Rules of Law Enforcement

Rules of Law Enforcement - Running head: LAW ENFORCEMENT...

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Running head: LAW ENFORCEMENT RULES 1 Law enforcement rules Stephenie Hyatt CJS/200 September 26, 2010 Monty Mathis
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LAW ENFORCEMENT RULES 2 Law enforcement rules The first part of appendix b the police officers had reasonable suspicion that the person in heavy coat needed to be investigated, because the person was out of place with the heavy coat, and the fact it was summer time. The officers then proceeded to talk to the person, and frisk the person to find the suspect was carrying a gun, and stolen merchandise that was just like the electronically merchandise from the other burglaries. The officers had probable cause to search the suspect, because the suspect had similar characteristics to the burglars from the other cases. The officers read the Mirada rights as they placed the suspect under arrest otherwise it would have gotten the suspect off for illegal arrest procedures. The Miranda rights let the suspect know they have the right to remain silent, and right to an attorney. The suspect knowing these rights
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course ONLINE CJS200 taught by Professor Montymathis during the Fall '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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