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Chapter 3 vocabulary

Chapter 3 vocabulary - Chapter3Vocabulary Diploma

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Chapter 3 Vocabulary Arrest-  the seizure of a person to answer for a criminal charge Booking-  the process that officially records an entry into detention after an arrest Consular immunity-  the limited immunity granted to consuls and their deputies as  representatives of a foreign government Diplomatic immunity-  the immunity granted to diplomatic officers, their staffs, and their  families by which they are free from local jurisdiction and as such cannot be arrested or  detained for any offense unless they are permanent residents or citizens of the U.S. Legislative immunity-  statutory provisions that grant limited immunity to legislative  members while attending or going to legislative sessions Miranda warning-  warnings required before officers can interrogate a suspect who is in  detention Private person arrest-
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  • Spring '08
  • TODD
  • lawful arrest, brief investigative detention, peace officer status, probable cause requisite, immunity­ statutory provisions

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