POLICERIGHTS&MIRANDA

POLICERIGHTS&MIRANDA - Police What are your rights?...

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Police What are your rights?
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Arrest “the taking of a person against his or her will for the purpose of criminal prosecution” Whose perception matters? What is “reasonable”? Must have restraint.
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Arrest with a Warrant Complaint filed Information included Execution of the warrant Exigent circumstances threat to officers contraband persons in harm or while committing crime
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Arrest without a Warrant Felonies: In the presence of officers Crimes in public places Crimes in private residences Exigent circumstances Misdemeanors: warrantless entry
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What police can do after an arrest 1. Search arrestee 2. Search area of immediate control 3. Search the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle 4. Search at Place of detention
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Ernesto Miranda Supreme Court overturned Miranda’s conviction in 1966. Confession was inadmissible: not informed
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course CSJ 102 taught by Professor Rabe-camp during the Spring '08 term at Illinois State.

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