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Criminal Procedure for the Criminal Justice Professional, International Edition, 11th Edition by Joh

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Criminal Procedure for the Criminal Justice Professional, International Edition, 11th Edition by John N. Ferdico – Test Bank To Purchase this Complete Test Bank with Answers Click the link Below - edition-11th-edition-by-john-n-ferdico-test-bank/ If face any problem or Further information contact us At [email protected] Sample Test TEST BANK Multiple Choice 1.The common law approach to applying the Fourth Amendment to particular cases was to focus on: 1.whether the subjective privacy rights of the individual had been violated.2.whether law enforcement used force during a search and/or seizure.3.whether the government agent intentionally violated the constitutional protection.4.whether there was a physical intrusion into a constitutionally protected area.
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ANS: D REF: 96 LO: 1 2.The change from viewing the Fourth Amendment as law that protected property to a view that the law protected persons was prompted by cases that concerned: 3.The Katz v. United States (1967) case is known for establishing that: 4.The Katz v. United States (1967) case, while shifting the Fourth Amendment inquiry from property rights to privacy rights, did not result in a lot of reversals of previously decided cases. Why were there not a lot of reversals following the decision?
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5.The U.S. Supreme Court has defined the term “search” to occur when: 1.there is a meaningful interference with an individual’s possessory interests in property.2.an individual has a subjective expectation of privacy and the expectation of privacy has been infringed upon.3.an individual has a subjective expectation of privacy that society isprepared to consider reasonable and the privacy expectation is infringed.4.an officer collects any evidence against a person regardless of circumstance.ANS: C REF: 97-100 LO: 2
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