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Case Law On Policing 1 Influence of Case Law on Policing Jessie Lassabe CJS 210
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Case Law On Policing 2 December 12, 2009Influence of Case Law on Policing Case law controls many of the efforts of police. This is done when a criminal figures out a way around the laws that are place. Thus a judge decides to fix the loop hole by amending the constitution. This is done through the Bill of Rights. So I guess you are wondering where case law falls into play. Well when a suspect sues a police department because of a procedure gone wrong or the officer did not treat them correctly, that is when the amendment is made to protect the suspects as a person and the officers that arrest them. The reason being is everyone has rights including criminals and no officer wants a suspect to get away with a crime because of a technicality. This would be hard to live with especially if the suspect harms another human being because of it. In the next few paragraphs I will describe the three case law decisions that I feel are the most important to policing today. First I would like to start with Miranda v. Arizona in 1966. I started with this one because I feel
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