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In order to make an arrest probable cause requires that a police officer have a. clear and convincing evidence b. reasonable grounds c. a mere...

1.In order to make an arrest probable cause requires that a police officer have

a. clear and convincing evidence

b. reasonable grounds

c. a mere suggestion

d. clear proof

2.In which case did Kelly probably commit a crime?

a. Kelly cashed a personal check for $50. Unknown to Kelly, she had insufficient funds in her account and the check was not paid. When informed that her bank refused payment, Kelly immediately paid the check.

b. Kelly used her credit card to purchase goods for $500, not knowing that this exceeded her approved credit limit. She paid this excess with her next monthly payment.

c. Kelly's credit card was cancelled and she was informed of this fact. Nonetheless, Kelly continued to use the cancelled card.

d. b and c.

3.Jackson electrical employees were repairing power lines when one of its "cherry pickers" came into contact with a power line, electrocuting a worker. Prior to this accident, the employees had complained to Jackson supervisors that operation of this equipment so near to the power lines was unsafe and exposed them to a significant risk of injury. The supervisors talked this over with Jackson and they all agreed: "We can always replace one of these employees if necessary, but we can't replace the client for whom we are doing this work." The supervisors then ordered the employees to continue to work (the crime of criminal negligence). Who can be prosecuted for this crime?

a. Only the supervisors.

b. Only the supervisors and Jackson.

c. Only Jackson Electrical.

d. The supervisors, Jackson and Jackson Electrical.

4.An individual can be arrested without being advised of their Miranda rights.

True

False

5.May was suspected of selling stolen goods in interstate commerce. FBI agents got a warrant to search her office. During the search, the FBI found papers evidencing her crime. Two days later, the FBI found some stolen goods when they conducted a warrantless search of May's car. A week later, an FBI agent was walking on a public sidewalk outside May's offices when he saw more stolen goods that May disposed of in a public dumpster. What evidence can be used against May?

a. The papers seized at May's office.

b. The stolen goods seized from May's car.

c. The stolen goods seized from the public dumpster.

d. a and c.

6.In order to make a lawful arrest a police officer must have knowledge that that individual committed a crime

True

False

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