Influence of Case Law on Policing

Influence of Case - CJS 210 Influence of Case Law on Policing Week Five Day Five Sheena N Long In this document you will be reading about three

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Unformatted text preview: CJS 210 Influence of Case Law on Policing Week Five Day Five Sheena N Long 4/29/2011 In this document you will be reading about three cases laws that have impacted policing today. The first case law I’m going to talk about is Weeks versus The United States. This case law has influenced policing today in many ways. This case established the birth of the federal exclusionary rule. This case started because they suspected that Weeks was using the United States postal service to distribute chances in a lottery. He was arrested at his place of business. After being taken into the police station for questioning officers went to Weeks house and searched his house. They seized documents and papers in which they turned over to the United States marshals. The United States marshals and the Kansas City Police forcefully enter Weeks resident again to search for more evidence to convict Weeks, they found several document, letters, and envelopes in Weeks bedroom. During these searches of Weeks’s house the United States marshals and the Kansas City Police force neglected to obtain a search...
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2011 for the course CRJ 210 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Influence of Case - CJS 210 Influence of Case Law on Policing Week Five Day Five Sheena N Long In this document you will be reading about three

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