Exam1-FC5 - explain your side of the matter (i.e. It must...

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Probable Cause Time, Place, Manner
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What a court examines when someone’s first amendment rights to freedom of expression (oral, written, body language) has been curtailed before after, or during the time it took place. Used when a court is to determine if someone may have committed a criminal offense and binds the person over for trial.
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Probable Cause Probable Cause
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Used when an officer’s senses reveal to him or her that a person may have committed a crime and they make an arrest or conduct a search, or both. When an officer appears before a court seeking a search or arrest, or both warrants.
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Eight Amendment Probable Cause
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A standard required by the fourth amendment. i.e. serving inmates with crunchy peanut butter when they want smooth (thousands of cases on it)
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Due Process of Law Due Process of Law
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In order for the government to act against you it must give you notice of why it’s acting and allow you reasonable time, date, and location to
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Unformatted text preview: explain your side of the matter (i.e. It must be accorded to you before the government acts unless theres an emergency. revoke/suspend drivers license). Right of Privacy Fourteenth; Fifth For due process of law, the ____ amendment applies to state government action while ____ amendment applies to Federal government action. A right not found in the US Constitution. Right of Privacy Griswold v. Connecticut inferred it according to the 1 st , 4 th , 5 th , 6 th , and 14 th amendments. Reasonable Suspicion Reasonable Suspicion A newer threshold/standard as stated by the US Supreme Court that an officer must have in order to stop and talk with an individual they may believe is involved in some form Does not require the senses of the officer to be called into question when examining a situation/person. of criminal activity. Reasonable Suspicion Effectively reduced the higher, long-standing standard of probable cause....
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