ANSWER totality of the circumstances REFERENCES Probable Cause LEARNING

Answer totality of the circumstances references

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REFERENCES: Probable CauseLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.6KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand46. A criminal informant’s ________is never presumed but must be established, usually by demonstrating the informant’s track record of having given accurate information in the past.
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REFERENCES: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: KEYWORDS: 47. The elements of the __________ two-pronged test are important considerations in determining the existence of probable cause based on informant testimony.ANSWER: REFERENCES: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: KEYWORDS: 48. Information on which probable cause is to be based may come to a law enforcement officer’s attention in two possible ways: through the __________ own perceptions or through the perceptions of a(n) __________who relays the information.ANSWER: REFERENCES: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: KEYWORDS: 49. Katz v. U.S.(1967) held that a person’s Fourth Amendment rights are implicated wherever the person has an expectation of __________which
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society is prepared to recognize as reasonable.ANSWER: privacyREFERENCES: Property and Privacy Inquiries for Criminal Searches and SeizuresLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.1KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand50. Third party information is often referred to as ________.ANSWER: REFERENCES: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: KEYWORDS: 51. Define the concept of probable cause. Compare and contrast probable cause relating to search and probable cause as it relates to arrest.ANSWER: Answers will varyREFERENCES: Probable CauseLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.2KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remem
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REFERENCES: Probable CauseLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.2KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remem53. Compare and contrast the requirements for establishing probable cause on the basis of a citizen informant versus a criminal informant.ANSWER: Answers will vary.REFERENCES: Probable CauseLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.4CPCJ.FERD.16.3.5CPCJ.FERD.16.3.6KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Analyze | Bloom’s: Evaluate | Bloom’s: Remember54. Compare and contrast the requirements for establishing probable cause on the basis of an anonymous informant versus a known informant. Explore the differences in risk for liability for providing false information.ANSWER: Answers will vary.REFERENCES: Probable CauseLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.4CPCJ.FERD.16.3.5CPCJ.FERD.16.3.6KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Analyze | Bloom’s: Evaluate | Bloom’s: Remember55. Define the term “reasonableness” as it relates to the Fourth Amendment
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inquiry. Explain the standards used to assess reasonableness.ANSWER: Answers will varyREFERENCES: ReasonablenessLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CPCJ.FERD.16.3.7KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remem56. Do you see any changes in how “privacy” was viewed before and after Katz v. U.S.(1967)? Justify your answer.
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