Lecture 8 - Lecture 8 15:31 Quiz Questions/Answers: A crime...

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Lecture 8 15:31 Quiz Questions/Answers: -A crime that is committed in two states (for example mail fraud) can only be prosecuted  in one because of “Double Jeopardy”. – FALSE -In Wisconsin, a policy exists that “the decision not to prosecute a domestic abuse  offense should not be based upon the victim’s consent to any subsequent prosecution  of the other person involved in the incident.” This policy represents: The principle of  legality as used in lecture (Case has to be prosecuted no matter what) -Stalking case: Specificity -How is procedural criminal law defined and determines? – Mainly by courts, through  judicial/case rulings II. Fourth Amendment The Right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects,  against  unreasonable searches  and  seizures , shall not be violated, and no  warrants  shall issue, but upon  probable cause , supported by  oath of affirmation , and  particularly describing  the place to be searched, and the person or thing to be seized. A. Introduction B. Reasonableness Clause 1. Refers only to searches and seizures need a warrant to search and seize have to decide if something is protected under the 4 th  amendment 2. What is unreasonable? A. Expectation of Privacy B. Objective Test What society thinks should be considered reasonably private 3. No expectation of privacy
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Lecture 8 - Lecture 8 15:31 Quiz Questions/Answers: A crime...

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