Chapter 7 Review Questions
1. Identify four characteristics that all special-needs searches have in common
Theyre directed at people generally, not criminal suspects and
They can result in criminal prosecution and conviction
5. Identify and describe each element of the three main steps in Fourth Amendment
analyses. Why is the first step the most important?
1. Was the law enforcement action a search of a seizure? If it wasnt then the 4th Amendment
isnt involved at all and the
Chapter 6 Review Questions
2. Identify and describe each of the elements required to meet the Fourth
Amendments warrant requirement
Particularity- particularly describe the place to be searched and things to be
An affidavit supporting probable caus
Chapter 15 Criminal Procedure in Crises Times Review Questions
1) Identify and describe two limits on governments emergency powers.
Government power during emergencies is limited by two things: 1)
Necessity- Government can use extraordinary power, only wh
What does it mean to say that judge made law leaves plenty of play in the joints?
The law isnt the final say, they leave some of the decision making to the people
involved, such as the police officers, judge, and jury. Use discretion to make dec
3) Identify when the accusatory stage of the criminal process triggers the
rights afforded to suspects.
When the police have shifted their attention from a general investigation of a crime
to building a case against a named individual. Balancing
1. Compare and contrast Fourth Amendment stops with full custodial arrests
Stops and arrests are both Fourth Amendment seizures but arrest are more invasive and
require a higher objective basis to make them reasonable. Duration is longer: stops =