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Unformatted text preview: th amendment as listed by our book our Consent, Timing, Harassment, Judge-Shopping, and Falsification or Misrepresentation. (pg. 195 Fuller) 31. B, Is under the immediate control of the subject. When the police arrest a subject, it is reasonable, according to the court, for them to search that suspect for weapons and incriminating evidence. Additionally the police may search the immediate area under control of the suspect to further ensure their safety and prevent the destruction of evidence. (pg. 199 bullet point 1 FULLER) 40. A, The officer has reasonable suspicion and searches only for weapons by patting down the outside layer of clothing. The court will consider evidence obtained in a frisk only if it is confident that the evidence was discovered by officers conducting the frisk with the intention of detecting weapons to ensure their own safety. (pgs. 203- 204 Stop and Frisk FULLER)...
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