Domain 15

  1. Reasonable suspicion
    Sufficient facts and information to make it reasonable to suspect that criminal activity may be occuring, and the person to be detained is connected to that activity.
  2. Probable cause
    When a person is suspected to be arrested is guilty of a crime.
  3. Search
    Expectation of privacy that society is prepared to considered reasonable is infringed upon by the government
  4. Seizure of a person
    When a peace officer physically applies force to a person or when a person voluntarily submits to the officer's authority
  5. Seizure of property
    There is some meaningful interference with an individual's possessoryinterest in that property by the government
  6. Fourth amendment
    People house affects ( belonging ) shall be secured from unreasonable searches, seizures, and require proble cause for issuance of warrants.
  7. Fifth amendment
    Individuals cannot be compelled to be a witness against themselves in a criminal case, may not be tried for the same offense twice or be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.
  8. Sixth amendment
    Guarentpeople people accused of acrime the right to a speedy trail, confront the withnesses against them and obtain witnesses in their favor, and the assistance of counsel, during court proceedings.
  9. Fourteenth amendment
    Requires peace officers tosappy the law equally to all people regardless of race, creed, nationally ,religious, preference, or nationalorigin
  10. Under color of law
    An action carried out aoff under the au
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Domain 15
Domain 15