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Unformatted text preview: 9/22/10 homework : 2 page paper, pick any topic we have covered and explain why I’m most interested in it double spaced, no more than 2 pages, APA format title page: name of paper, my name, middle of page: title of class, his name, date reference page, citations to reference must be in APA format overall impact of Miranda v. Arizona- better for sure • 2 types of searches: • with warrant, without warrant • judge issues warrant • judge = magistrate • warrant: written ORDER from the court telling you to do w/e it says explain the “fruits of a poisonous tree” in legal terms:- evidence obtained illegally - apples are the evidence, but if you obtain the apples illegally, it makes the tree poisonous and can’t be used writ – a warrant basically to get something, not arrest someone “the exclusionary rule”: any evidence obtained illegally (doesn’t matter what it is) is inadmissible (can’t use) or tainted evidence admissible… example : chain of custody log – at crime scene evidence has a log of what time, who got it, etc. the evidence HAS to be in the log if you are examining evidence and you leave for 45 seconds… it has been out of your custody and IS INADMISSABLE – CANT USE even if it’s the only piece of evidence to put a child...
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- Fall '07
- Law, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Arrest, Arrest warrant