Chapter 3 S1

  1. The term __________ refers to the average man or woman on the street who under the same circumstances, would believe that the person being arrested had committed the offense or that items to be seized would be found in a particular place.
    “man of reasonable causation”
  2. Probable cause is required in four areas of police work:
    • –Arrest with a warrant
    • – Arrest without a warrant
    • – Searches and seizures of property with a warrant
    • –Searches and seizures of property without a warrant
  3. –Whether an offense has been committed and whether the suspect did commit the offense
    Arrests
  4. Whether the items to be seized are connected with criminal activity and whether they can be found in the place to be searched.
    Search and Seizure
  5. Reasons to obtain a warrant
    • –Presumption of probable cause
    • –Defense against damages for constitutional right violations in Civil cases
  6. Arrests and searches with a warrant
    Determination of probable cause made by a ____
    judge
  7. Arrests and searches without a warrant
    Determination of probable cause made by the ______
    police officer
  8. The 4th Amendment does not require an offense establishing probable cause to be _____ to or even _____ the same conduct as the offense initially identified by the officer.
    “closely related” ,  “based on”
  9. If no probable cause existed at the time the officer took action, the fact that probable cause is later established does not make the act _____
    legal
  10. If no probable cause existed at the time the officer took action, the evidence obtained cannot be used in ____
    court.
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Card Set
Chapter 3 S1
Description
exam 1
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