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37. Police have probable cause to believe that Ralph is transporting several kilos of heroin in a backpack. If they stake out his usual drug courier route and spot him walking down the street with the bag, which of the following would be the best option? A. Follow him until he gets into a car and then search the backpack B. Arrest him and then search the backpack incident to a custodial arrest C. Arrest him and then inventory the bag if the arraigning magistrate finds probable cause for the arrest D. Keep Ralph under surveillance while a fellow officer applies for a search warrant 38. Uniformed police officer receive a tip from a reliable informant that Ralph Riefer is selling crack to teenagers out of his home. While staking out the house, they see a car full of teenagers pull up to the curb and park without putting any coins in the meter. Which of the following may they do? A. Search the car if all of the occupants go inside and leave it unattended B. Impound the vehicle and then search it C. Look in through the windows of the car and enter the house without a warrant to secure the premises if one of the youths sees them doing so D. Look in through the window of the house and enter without a warrant if they see drugs inside 39. Suppose that police arrive at the scene of a car accident. The car is too damaged to drive and police believe that the motorist is intoxicated. They see no liquor in the passenger compartment. Under which of the following exceptions might police be able to make a warrantless search of the trunk? A. the vehicle exception B. the search incident to arrest C. the Terry exception D. the inventory exception 40. Under federal law, an officer may intercept a communication under all of the following circumstances except: A. pursuant to an interception order and with prosecutorial supervision B. without prosecutorial supervision if there is voluntary consent of (or notice to) one or both of the parties C. in conjunction with free zone eavesdropping D. so long as he or she has probable cause and is able to hide the interception device without intruding upon a protected location 41. If a state has a statute that is more restrictive than the federal law on the requirements for interceptions: A. it need not be followed by state or federal officers because federal laws apply to the states B. it must be followed by both state and federal officers while conducting investigations in that state C. it must be followed by state officers but federal officers investigating federal violations are not required to follow state law D. the evidence may be used in state or federal court if federal officers followed Title III, but the federal officers may be prosecuted by the state 42. Under federal law, it is lawful for an officer to conduct eavesdropping surveillance in all of the following ways except: A. if the officer obtains the consent of a resident of private premises to hide inside and eavesdrop on others’ conversations B. if the officer eavesdrops on a conversation in public by standing close enough for the speakers to see him or her
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