Chapter_10-_in_class_questions

Chapter_10-_in_class_questions - 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.)...

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1.) What is a search warrant? 2.) Briefly explain the process of how one is obtained. 3.) Define the “exclusionary rule.” In which constitutional amendment is it found? 4.) Explain three exceptions to the general requirement for a warrant for a search. 5.) Define the tort of intentional infliction of emotional distress. 6.) An angry coworker places a live snake in another’s locker. The person opens it and is scared. Upon finding out the identity of the person who put it there, he confronts him. That person tells him off using a number of profane words. Do you think the person who had the snake I his locker has a viable claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress? What is the standard courts use to determine this and how will it apply here? Determine whether or not the innkeeper or his/her agent has a legal right to enter a guest’s room in each of the following circumstances: 1.) A guest orders room service. When the server arrives, he knocks on the door. There is no answer because the guest does not hear him knocking. She is in the shower. The server uses a master key to open the door. He enters and places the food on the table. The guest later finds it and is thankful that her shower was not
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