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cjs ch8
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  1. Police powers are divided in to 2 areas
    Investigative & Arrest
  2. power to stop, to frisk, to order someone out of
    a car, to question, to detain
    Investigation Powers
  3. power to use force, to search, to exercise
    seizure and restraint
    arrest powers
  4. ___ ___________ is the primary rule guiding the investigation activities of the police
    4th amendment
  5. the examination or inspection of premises or
    persons with a view to discovering stolen or illicit property or evidence of
    guilt to be used in the prosecution of a criminal action
    SEARCH
  6. the taking of a person or property into the custody of the law in
    consequence of a violation of public law
    SEIZURE
  7. _________ ___________Prohibits “unreasonable searches and seizures”
    4th amendment
  8. written order, issued by a magistrate and
    directed to a law enforcement officer, commanding search of a specified
    premises for stolen or unlawful goods or for suspects/fugitives and the
    bringing of these (if found) to the magistrate
    SEARCH WARRANT
  9. WHICH CASE stressed the importance of maintaining an incentive for officers to
    obtain search warrants whenever possible
    ORNELAS V US
  10. ___ ____ “no warrants shall issue, but upon probable
    cause”
    4TH AMEND.
  11. ______ _______ refers to facts or apparent facts that are
    reliable and generate a reasonable belief that a crime has been committed
    PROBABLE CUASE
  12. WHICH CASES DEALT WITH Probable cause for search cannot be based solely on hearsay information
    receieved by the police
    Aguilar V. Texas (1964) & Spinelli V. US (1969)
  13. WHICH CASE DEALT WITH
    replacing it with a “totality of circumstances”
    analysis
    Illinois V. Gates (1983)
  14. Warrantless Search – 6 Exceptions
    to the rule
    • 1.) A search incident to a lawful
    • arrest
    • 2.) Stop-and-Frisk
    • 3.) Automobile Searches
    • 4.) Spot Checks
    • 5.) Fresh Pursuit
    • 6.) Consent Searches

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