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Question 80 out of 2 pointsAccording to the SCOTUS opinion in U.S. v. White(1971), involving a friend wired for sound for the police:Selected Answer:c.a suspect’s friend may relate the substance of conversations between the two without violating the Fourth Amendment, but the amendment is violated if the friend records those conversations for the police without a warrant.Answers:a.a person contemplating illegal activities must realize and risk that a friend might be reporting to the police.b.a defendant has a constitutionally protected expectation that a person with whom heor she is conversing will not reveal the conversation to the police.c.a suspect’s friend may relate the substance of conversations between the two without violating the Fourth Amendment, but the amendment is violated if the friend records those conversations for the police without a warrant.d.a search warrant is required any time electronic devices are used to obtain evidence.
Question 92 out of 2 pointsThe ultimate source of American criminal procedure law is:
Question 100 out of 2 pointsWhat is the third question in the three main steps in Fourth Amendment analyses?
Question 110 out of 2 pointsIn passing the All Writs Act, Congress gave courts a means of ensuring that:
Question 122 out of 2 pointsWhat is the likelihood that an individual in the United States will be hurt or killed by a terrorist?Selected Answer:d.
negligibleAnswers:a.significantb.probablec.likelyd.negligible

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