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EXAM#________________ Calhoun: Crim Pro I, Final SP12 Page 17 of 18 Part III (40 Points) The following essay should be answered in blue books or typed. Police Officers Smith and Jones are on routine patrol in the San Francisco Civic Center area when they receive a bulletin to be on the lookout for a hit and run driver leaving the financial district area. No description of the driver or vehicle is given. While driving on Van Ness Avenue they see a car being driven by Darla Defendant that is going 40 m.p.h. in a 30 m.p.h. zone. It is driving north, away from downtown. They pull the car over for speeding. While Officer Smith writes a speeding ticket for Defendant, Officer Jones scrapes some paint off the fender of Defendant’s car that doesn’t match the car’s paint job. Defendant is given the ticket and told she may leave. Later that day, a lab analysis of the paint scraped from Defendant’s car comes up positive as a match for the car that was hit by the hit and run driver. The accident was fatal, killing a young child in the back seat.
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