<i>in loco parentis</i><i>corpus estatum</i><i>e pluribus fratricidios</i>Correct!<i>parens patriae</i>Question 175 / 5 ptsWhich of the following is not a situation in which the Supreme Court has said police mayconduct warrantless searches of homes under exigent circumstances?When the officers reasonably believe a person is in need of aidCorrect!
When the police reasonably believe a neutral magistrate would issue a search warrantWhen the officers reasonably believe the occupant is seriously injuredWhen the police hear movement inside that suggests evidence is being destroyedQuestion 185 / 5 ptsIn which situation are the police permitted to conduct a consent search?Correct!The police ask for and receive consent to search a house but do not inform the homeowners that they have the right to refuse consent.The police receive consent to search a house after falsely telling the homeowner that they have a search warrant.The police request permission to search a home for contraband. One homeowner refusesto give permission but the other consents.The police may conduct searches in all of these situations.Question 195 / 5 ptsIn ___________, the Supreme Court addressed the admissibility of illegally seized evidence in state courts.Correct!<i>Mapp v. Ohio</i><i>Terry v. Ohio</i><i>Weeks v. Ohio</i><i>Masters v. Johnson</i>Question 205 / 5 ptsAccording to the Supreme Court, after knocking and announcing their presence and that they have a search warrant, it is constitutional for the police to break down the door after waiting a minimum of:Correct!15-20 seconds1-2 minutes5 minutesas long as necessary for all residents to vacate the premises
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