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1.The Alaska sex offender registration law was challenged by individuals who alleged ( Smith v. Doe) A. it violated the right to due process B. it violated the right to equal protection C. it violated the right to liberty D. it violated the Ex Post Facto Clause 2. T/F Parolees in California can be legally be subjected to suspicionless searches. (Samson v. California) 3. T/F If it turns out that an offender served a longer time in prison than what he was supposed to serve, the extra prison time must be subtracted from his subsequent period of parole or supervised release. (U.S. v. Johnson) 4. Under Wisconsin’s statute concerning probationers, probation officers can search probationers’ homes A. only when they have obtained a warrant B. when they have “reasonable grounds” ( Griffin v. Wisconsin) C. without any justification D. only by consent of the probationer’s family 5. , concerning the discovery of firearms in the home of a parolee’s mother, addressed the issue of A. whether the mother had the right to challenge the legality of the search of her home B. whether the warrant issued by the judge was valid C. whether the “reasonable suspicion” requirement applies to parolee searches D. whether the exclusionary rule applies in parole revocation hearings 6. T/F Parolees have a right to counsel for parole revocation hearings because they face the potential loss of liberty by being sent back to prison. (Morrisseey v. Brewer) 7. In order to determine if there is a violation of the right against double jeopardy when a statute imposes restrictions on sex offenders who have been released from prison, the Court must determine ( Kansas v. Hendricks) A. whether the offender was represented by counsel at the parole hearing B. whether the statute has punitive purposes C. whether the offender suffers from a psychiatric disorder D.whether the offender’s attorney objected to the implementation of the statute 8. Pretrial detainees in jail are protected against inhumane conditions of confinement under the U.S. Constitution’s A. Cruel and Unusual Punishments Clause B. Due Process Clause C. Presumption of Innocence Clause D. Fourth Amendment right against “unreasonable seizures” 9. A civil disability for a convicted offender is A. one that prevents him or her from working in a prison job B. one that makes him or her entitled to Social Security disability payments while in prison C. one that prohibits him or her from serving on a jury after release from prison D. one that prohibits a woman from becoming pregnant after release from prison
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course CJ 471 taught by Professor Christophersmith during the Fall '10 term at Michigan State University.

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