Rules and regulations set forth by a government agency that is empowered through
statutory law to make such rules are considered _.
The _ approach held that the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth
Amendment applies rights to state
The constitution as originally proposed to the States in 1787 contained the
Bill of Rights.
The judicial branch of law expounds and interprets the law.
All ex post facto laws are retroactive.
Like most constitutional democracies, the justice system in the United States
continually experiences a tension between the need to _ and the
need to _.
respect individual rights; maintain public order
balance power; maintain public order
When did crime occur
Where did crime occur
A place to dump some junk metal found James Mixons shirtless body in a small clearing in the
muddy grass which was in the east Everglades.
Who committed crime
Ruth and Jason
What crime was committed
1. Which of the following is not an essential ingredient in an arrest?
2. Which of the following is most accurate concerning the intention ingredient of an arrest?
Intention may be inferred.
PSY-201 Practice Midterm Questions
1. Allen Pinkerton formed the Bow Street Runners which became the first paid detective
unite. The bow street runners began in the 1750s as a response to wide spread crime and
disorder throughout the Pinkerton district.
Psc 207 Criminal Investigation
1. Allan Pinkerton formed the Bow Street Runners, which became the first paid detective unit. The Bow Street
Runners began in 1950, as a response to widespread crime and disorder throughout Pinkerton jurisdictio
The Constitution's amendments are the basic guarantee of democracy in the America, it
affirming many political rights, including freedom of religion, speech, press, and assembly.
Freedom of speech is valuably the most important one, which guarante
In the United States, homicide, robbery, and drug trafficking are very serious crimes under
the penal codes, but these crimes do not impose long-term bad consequences on offenders. When
general offenders are released from the prison, they still ha
16. TERRY V. OHIO
17. CALIFORNIA V. CARNEY
20. CHAIN OF EVIDENCE
28. RIGER M
BOTH ESSAY QUESTIONS MUST BE ANSWERED IN UTILIZING BASIC
LIST, IDENTIFY, NAME, DESCRIBE, and EXPLAIN SIMALARITIES
AND DIFFERENCE, BETWEEN THE THREE FEDERAL STATUES THAT
FORM THE BASIS FOR SEX OFFENDER REGISTRIES.
1. Administrative law
2. Selective incorporation
4. Probable cause requirement
5. Civil rights
6. Due process revolution
7. Eminent domain
8. Dual sovereignty
9. Due process
10. Common law