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Criminal Procedure for the Criminal Justice Professional 12th Edition-Test bankTo Purchase this Complete Test Bank with Answers Click the link Below-bank/If face any problem or Further information contact us At [email protected]Sample TestChapter 031. The common law approach to applying the Fourth Amendment to particular cases was to focus on whether _____.a.the subjective privacy rights of the individual had been violatedb.law enforcement used force during a search and/or seizurec.the government agent intentionally violated the constitutional protectiond.there was a physical intrusion into a constitutionally protected areaANSWER: dREFERENCES: Property and Privacy Inquiries for Criminal Searches and Seizures
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.1KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand2. 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 _____.cREFERENCES: Property and Privacy Inquiries for Criminal Searches and SeizuresLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.1KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand3. The Katz v. United States(1967) case is known for establishing that the Fourth Amendment protects _____.
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aREFERENCES: Property and Privacy Inquiries for Criminal Searches and SeizuresLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.1KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand4. The Katz v. United States(1967) case _____.aREFERENCES: Property and Privacy Inquiries for Criminal Searches and SeizuresLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.1KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand5. The U.S. Supreme Court has defined a “search” to occur when _____.a.here is a meaningful interference with possessory interests in propertyb.an individual has a subjective expectation of privacy and the expectation of privacy has been infringed upon
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c.an individual has a subjective expectation of privacy that society considers reasonable and the privacy expectad.an officer collects any evidence against a person regardless of circumstanceANSWER: cREFERENCES: Property and Privacy Inquiries for Criminal Searches and SeizuresLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.2KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember6. The police suspect that a store is illegally selling illicit drug paraphernalia.
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