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1993 Criminal Procedure

1993 Criminal Procedure - EXAM NO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE...

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EXAM NO. - CRIMINAL PROCEDURE SECTION A Final Examination Two % Hours May 14, 1993 I :OO-3:30 THIS EXAMINATION MUST BE RETURNED WITH YOUR BLUEBOOKS "Get involved with community service after law school." "Accident cases.' Accident c&esP' OPEN BOOK Instructions The three problems are of unequal weight. They will be graded in provortion to the suggested time limits. Budget your time accordingly. Answer all the questions reasonably raised in each problem even though your resolution of a vrior issue in the same problem may technically make decision of the other issues immaterial. If you believe that you need more facts than are presented to adequately resolve an issue. indicate svecifically what facts you believe you need and whv. Specific citations to cases are welcome but not as a substitute for thinking, i.e. do not use citations instead of clearly stating the relevant point of law.
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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE I. (60 minutes) EXAM NO. - On November 7, 1990, Officer J.L. Pace, of the Montgomery, Alabama Police Department, was dispatched to 2643 W. Edgemont. The police had received an anonymous telephone call that several males were in the backyard of that address disassembling a possibly stolen vehicle. Officer Pace was dispatched to the address and parked his automobile next door, where he could see into the backyard of 2643 W. Edgemont. From his position, Pace could see some objects propped up against the house. Pace walked toward the house and upon entering the backyard, saw the front clip of a vehicle, a trunk lid, fenders, and bumpers. While Officer Pace was in the yard, he heard someone in the house yell, "The police is outside." Officer Pace then left the backyard to go to the house to get some information. Pace walked around to the front door and saw that it was open. As he opened the screen door, Pace met Patrick Bell, the owner of the house, and several others, including Lisa Liberty, who were attempting to leave the house. To prevent them from leaving, Pace asked Bell and the others to step back. While standing in the opened door, Officer Pace observed boxes of car stereos all over the floor inside and, based on his experience and his observation of the activities occurring in the backyard, he believed that the stereos were stolen. There also appeared
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