Of the material we learned this week arrest of the

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of the material we learned this week: Arrest of the Law Violator, Arrests and Warrants, Territorial Jurisdiction to Make an Arrest, Force in Effecting an Arrest, Miranda and Its Effect, Immunity from Arrest, Booking, Issuance of a Citation, Summons and Case Law. Chapter three was very informative and I learned a lot of new material / information that I had no clue about. I just hope I am able to retain all of the information I’ve been learning this term. What was really interesting to learned about on this chapter was about the private person arrest and how a private person may make arrests under certain conditions. Chapter four all covered some important topics for instance in explained about the two most common types of detention an officer may “stop and frisk” an individual if there is reasonable doubt without actually arresting the individual. Other outline covered in chapter four where: frisking for weapons, highway checkpoints, canine sniffing and case law were all taught in this chapter. The vocabulary key term words help to better understanding. I can honestly say that both chapters were very informative and overlap one another for a better understanding of the criminal justice system. In conclusion the main objective of both chapters was the procedures that have to be taken by law enforcement
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UNIT TWO 3 professionals to make an arrest of a criminal suspect. I gained more understanding and knowledge throughout this week and looking forward to learning so much more throughout the upcoming units.
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UNIT TWO 4 References Roberson, C., Harvey Wallace. (1/2015). Procedures in the Justice System, 11 th Edition. [Purdue University Global Bookshelf]. Retrieved from 1
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  • Fall '18
  • Thoedore Lagerwall
  • Law, criminal law

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