Analyze the Cause of Arrest You will be presented with several scenarios, each c

Analyze the Cause of Arrest You will be presented with several scenarios each containing a different set of circumstances and facts. In each you must determine if an arrest or a detention has occurred and if the evidence obtained is admissible at trial. Scenario 1 An officer approaches you and states You are under arrest.… Continue reading Analyze the Cause of Arrest
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Analyze the Cause of Arrest You will be presented with several scenarios, each c

Analyze the Cause of Arrest You will be presented with several scenarios each containing a different set of circumstances and facts. In each you must determine if an arrest or a detention has occurred and if the evidence obtained is admissible at trial. Scenario 1 An officer approaches you and states You are under arrest.… Continue reading Analyze the Cause of Arrest
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Analyze a criminal case opinion issued by the U.S. Supreme Court, 5 or later;

Analyze a criminal case opinion issued by the U.S. Supreme Court 5 or later; explain the issue(s) in the case the holding of the case its basis the number of justices for and against the opinion and whether it set precedent (i.e. new law) or merely reaffirmed long-standing constitutional values. Identify the justice who authored… Continue reading Analyze a criminal case opinion issued by the U.S. Supreme Court, 5 or later;

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Analyze and address the following prompts in a Word document. Please include a t

Analyze and address the following prompts in a Word document. Please include a title/cover and reference page. The Exclusionary Rule is controversial.Critics say it sets criminals free on technicalities.However the U.S. Supreme Court has relied on three justifications for the Exclusionary Rule.Please list and explain them. There are three exceptions to the Fruit of the… Continue reading Analyze and address the following prompts in a Word document. Please include a t

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An introduction of yourself and your background, including previous academic wor

An introduction of yourself and your background including previous academic work work experience and relevant activities (such as relevant training volunteer work and professional presentations) (2 slides) A description of what aspired you to join (or want to join) the criminal justice profession (1“2 slides) An explanation of how you think a Masters in Criminal… Continue reading An introduction of yourself and your background, including previous academic wor

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An officer noticed a car with its tail light out and stopped it. He asked the dr

An officer noticed a car with its tail light out and stopped it. He asked the driver for license and registration and noticed that there was a passenger in the car. The driver informed the officer that he was driving his friend home and the car belonged to his friend. The officer asked both of… Continue reading An officer noticed a car with its tail light out and stopped it. He asked the dr

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Although typologies are widely used to create accurate profiles of violent offen

Although typologies are widely used to create accurate profiles of violent offenders especially serial and mass murderers they usually do not lead to the immediate apprehension of a murderer. In fact in some cases the use of typologies can lead to inaccurate profiles that can impede the identification and apprehension of a murderer. For example… Continue reading Although typologies are widely used to create accurate profiles of violent offen

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Although there is some question if it was actually Sir Robert Peel who wrote his

Although there is some question if it was actually Sir Robert Peel who wrote his Nine Principles of Policing these ideas still revolutionized the way that police departments thought. What type of influence do you feel that the Nine Principles have on the policing agencies of today? Use specific examples. Sir Robert Peels Principles of… Continue reading Although there is some question if it was actually Sir Robert Peel who wrote his

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Although in the past Congress was responsible for picking the U.S. Supreme Court

Although in the past Congress was responsible for picking the U.S. Supreme Court docket the Supreme Court justices have great autonomy to pick the cases they want to hear. Annually almost 99% of all cases appealed to the Supreme Court are denied. What kinds of factors do you think go into which cases are heard?… Continue reading Although in the past Congress was responsible for picking the U.S. Supreme Court

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Incarceration Of Juveniles

Alternatives to Incarceration Overview A recent study illustrates that nearly two million juveniles are processed through juvenile courts across the United States each year. Depending on the nature of the crime juveniles may face detention or incarceration if they are convicted. Given the fact that many courts are reluctant to incarcerate criminal offenders judges often… Continue reading Incarceration Of Juveniles

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