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Question 19 2.5 / 2.5 ptsIn the case of United States v. Russell (1973), which approach to determine entrapment did the U.S. Supreme Court endorse? the objective approach Correct!the subjective approach the combined approach the U.S. Supreme Court refused to endorse any particular method Question 20 2.5 / 2.5 ptsWhich of the following statements is false? Most studies indicate that blacks express more distrust of police than whites or Hispanics. Blacks are more likely than Hispanics to believe police will use excessive force. More blacks report disrespectful language or swearing by police officers. Correct!Hispanics are less likely than blacks to report feeling that the police would treat them fairly. Question 21 2.5 / 2.5 ptsIn May 2010, Arizona passed a controversial law requiring police officers in the state to: ask for proof of citizenship or residency from everyone they stopped.
ask for proof of citizenship or residency from all motorists. Correct!ask for proof of citizenship or residency if there was reasonable suspicion that the person was an illegal immigrant. ask for proof of citizenship or residency if the person looked Hispanic. Question 22 2.5 / 2.5 ptsWhich of the following statements is true? Correct!One of the biggest problems with informants is that their reliability is often highly questionable. In most cases, officers have manufactured informants. Generally speaking, informants tend to be cost-prohibitive. "Confidential informants" are usually more trustworthy than witnesses. Question 23 2.5 / 2.5 ptsIn order to support such a plan from a utilitarian viewpoint, all of the following must be true, except: the process of undercover intelligence gathering must be a plausible way to achieve the desired outcome. there must be no better alternative to achieve the goal of collecting the intelligence. the gathering of this intelligence must be more important to society than the privacy of the people in the targeted groups. Correct!the general community must be consulted and indicate its approval.
Question 24 2.5 / 2.5 ptsIn asset forfeiture cases, most property is seized through civil asset forfeiture actions that require less due process than criminal procedures. Correct!True False Question 25 2.5 / 2.5 ptsIn Barker and Carter's proposed typology of lies, "deviant lies" are: those that are "necessary evils." used to control the person. those used during undercover investigations. Correct!those used in the courtroom to make a case or cover up a wrongdoing. Question 26 2.5 / 2.5 ptsThe Midland County Sheriff's practice of stopping motorists who meet the profile for a minor infraction, with the hope of catching some in possession of methamphetamine, is known as: proactive investigation. reactive investigation. Correct!pretext stop. Terry stop.
Question 27 2.5 / 2.5 ptsAccording to research cited in the text, both black and white officers were significantly more likely to perceive black drivers as disrespectful, noncompliant, and/or resistant. Correct!True False Question 28 2.5 / 2.5 ptsMidland County has become a major thoroughfare for distributors of crystal methamphetamine. Sheriff Johnson has put together a profile of meth dealers and distributors, specifically identifying their tendency to travel by motorcycle or older-model van, and noting they often sport tattoos and facial hair. He has instructed his deputies to be on the lookout for people matching this profile.When challenged, Sheriff Johnson explained that the goal of