CRJ 120 Assignment 10 Complete each statement. Each blank represents one word. 1. An identification procedure involving an number of individuals of similar appearance being displayed to a victim or witness is called a/an lineup. 2. The right to an attorne
CRJ 120 Assignment 13 Complete each statement. Each blank represents one word. 1. The federal civil statute that is similar to Title 18 U.S. Code Section 242 is Title 42 U.S. Code section _. 2. The _ _ defense under Title 42 U.S. Code Section 1983 provide
CRJ 120 Assignment 11 Complete each statement. Each blank represents one word. 1. Custody is considered to have been established if the suspect has been arrested or deprived of their freedom in a significant way. 2. An error made by a trial court in admit
Terry Crew CRJ 120 Assignment 1 Complete each statement. Each blank represents one word. 1. To render a valid judgment against a person, a court must have jurisdiction over that person. 2. When an issue has not been decided previously by a court, it is kn
CRJ 110 Internet INTRODUCTION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT CONCEPT PAPER
Terry Crew November 4, 2007 Instructor: Dena Martin
The Early, Political, Reform and Community Policing Eras of American history are vastly different from each other, with different details an
1. Which MBTI personality type makes up 70 percent of police? Why do you think that is?
Sensing-Thinking makes up 70% of the police force. This is probably because their job
does not rely on customer service, and they have little incentive to provide a cu
End of Chapter Questions for Unit 1
1. What is meant by "perpetual loan"?
Perpetual loan means that the authority (particularly to the police) is merely a loan from the community.
2. Why is the criminal justice system called a nonsystem?
Christopher Jewell Ivy Tech Community College March 12th 2008 CRJ-210 Research Paper: The Waco Siege
As we enter law enforcement there are a lot of things we need to pay attention to in the area of police community-relations. We need to be kind to a
Christopher Jewell CRJ-205 3-24-08 Case Brief 14 I. II. New York v. Belton 453 U.S. 454 (1981) History: Belton was convicted in Ontario County court of attempted criminal possession of a small amount of cocaine and he appealed. The SC, PD, affirmed.
Christopher Jewell CRJ-205 3-24-08 Case Brief 13 I. II. Chimel v. California 395 U.S. 752 (1969) History: Chimel prosecuted for robbery of a coin shop. Appealed in California Superior Court. The California Supreme Court affirmed and Chimel petitioned
Christopher Jewell Feb. 29, 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief 10 I. II. Atwater v. City of Lago Vista 532 U.S. 318 (2001) History: Gail atwater was charged with multiple deatbelt, DL, and insurance violations. She and her husband then sued officer Bark Turek,
Christopher Jewell Feb. 29, 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief 11 I. II. Tennessee v. Garner 471 U.S. 1 (1985) History: Edward Garner was killed by MPD when he fled from the scone of a suspected burglary. His father sued for violation of 4th amendment. The USDC
Christopher Jewell Feb. 27, 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief 10 I. II. Draper v. United States 358 U.S. 307 (1959) History: Dra[er was prosecuted for concealing and transporting heroin. The USDC of Colorado denied motion to suppress evidence. Draper appealed.
Christopher Jewell Feb. 4, 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief 9 People v. Courtney 90 Cal. Rptr. 370 (cal. App. 3d 1970) History: Courtney was convicted in Superior Court of possession of marijuana. He appealed from an order palcing him on probation. The court
Christopher Jewell Feb. 2, 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief 8 I. II. United States v. Sokolow 490 U.S. 1 (1989) History: Sokolow was covicted in U.S. district court for the district of Hawaii of possessing cocaine with intent to distribute. He appealed and th
Christopher Jewell Jan 30, 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief 7 I. II. Illinois v. Wardlow 528 U.S. 119 (2000) History: Wardlow was arrested and charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon. The Illinois trial court denied his motion to suppress. Wardlow wa
Christopher Jewell Jan 30, 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief 6 I. II. Terry v. Ohio 392 U.S. 1 (1968) History: John Terry and Richard Chilton were prosecuted for carrying a concealed weapon. And Ohio trial court overruled a pretrial motion to suppress as evide
Christopher Jewell Jan. 26, 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief 5 I. II. California v. Hodari D. 499 U.S. 621, 111 S.Ct. 1547, 113 L.ED.2D 690 (1991) History: Hodari appealed from an order of the superior court, Alameda County, denying his motion to suppress and
Christopher Jewell Jan 26 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief I. II. California v. Greenwood 486 U.S. 35, 108 S. Ct. 1625, 100 L.Ed.2d 30 (1988) History: Greenwood charged with felony possession of cocaine and hashish seized under two search warrants. Greenwood
Chris Jewell Jan 23, 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief I. II. Kyllo v. U.S. 533 U.S. (2001) History: Kyllo unsuccessfully tried to suppress evidence, then moved to a guilty please of manufacturing marijuana and appeald. The USDC for the District court of Orego
Chris Jewell Jan. 23 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief I. II. Katz v. United States 398 U. S. 347, 88 S. Ct. 507, 19 L. Rd. 2d 576 (1967) History: Charles Katz was convited of transmitting wagering information across state lines. Court of Appeals affirmed conv
Christopher Jewell Jan. 21 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief I. II. Rochin v. California 342 U.S. 165 (1952) History: Rochin convicted on illegal possession of morphine. Trial admitted the evidence against Rochin. The California DCA affirmed conviction. Califo
Christopher Jewell CRJ-205 3-24-08 Case brief 15 I. II. Whren v. U.S. 517 U.S. 806 (1996) History: Whren and Brown wre convicted in the USDC for the DOC of drug offenses, and they appealed. The CofA affirmed. The USSC granted certiorari and affirmed