Question 5 of 20 50 points in illinois v rodriguez

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Question 5 of 20 5.0 Points In Illinois v. Rodriguez (1990), the police conducted the consent search of the suspect's apartment based on the consent of the suspect's former girlfriend. According to the Supreme Court's opinion: A. a. third party consent cannot be used to enter a person's home whether to make an arrest or search. B. b. the third party giving consent to search must have actual authority over the premises. C. c. the warrantless entry to search based on third party consent is valid if the officer reasonably believes that the person consenting had authority to consent. D. d. search completed pursuant to an officer's reasonable but mistaken belief that a third party had authority to consent violates the Fourth Amendment. Answer Key: C Question 6 of 20 5.0 Points
Police officers at the scene of a fire: I. do not need a warrant to remain in a burned building to look for injured victims. II. do not need a warrant to remain in a burned building to investigate the cause of the fire or explosion. III. must get a warrant to search for evidence of crime once they determine the cause of the fire. IV. can search suspicious onlookers without a warrant.
D. d. IV Answer Key: B Question 7 of 20 5.0 Points With regard to border searches, the U.S. Supreme Court has found that:
Question 8 of 20 5.0 Points Historically, before the second half of the Twentieth Century, U.S. prisoners: Question 9 of 20 5.0 Points
According to research of police interrogations by sociologist Richard Leo: I. 75% of interrogated suspects invoke one or more of their Miranda rights in order to avoid cooperating. II. Detectives have become increasingly skilled in eliciting incriminating evidence during custodial interrogation. III. The majority of custodial interrogations last less than one hour. IV. Suspects who provide incriminating information are likely to be treated differently than suspects who do not provide incriminating information. A. a. I, II, IV B. b. II, IV
C. c. III, IV D. d. III Answer Key: D

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