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 uestion 1
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| An officer may conduct a Terry pat-down frisk of a person ONLY when the officer has ________?Answer | | | | | Selected Answer:|    reasonable suspicion to believe the person committed a crime| Correct Answer:|    reasonable suspicion to believe the person committed a crime|

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 Question 2
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| A test that looks at the totality of the circumstances to determine whether there is a fair probability that evidence or contraband connected to the commission of a crime is likely to be found in a particular place:Answer | | | | | Selected Answer:|    probable cause|

Correct Answer:|    probable cause|
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 Question 3
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| A search that is conducted with a warrant that later proves to be invalid, but yet was done with objective good faith and reasonable reliance may allow any evidence found to be admitted at trial.  This exemplifies which of the following Court doctrines:Answer | | | | | Selected Answer:|    good faith exception|

Correct Answer:|    good faith exception|
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 Question 4
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| At trial, the court determines that a search with a warrant was not conducted with objective good faith and reasonable reliance.  What will likely happen to the evidence seized as part of this search?Answer | | | | | Selected Answer:|    it will be excluded based upon the exclusionary rule| Correct Answer:|    it will be excluded based upon the exclusionary rule|

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 Question 5
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| The 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution permits warrantless searches and seizures. Answer | | | | | Selected Answer:|    False, a warrant is required – due to the inclusion of a comma in the language| Correct Answer:|    True, so long as the search or seizure is reasonable|

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 Question 6
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| Which...
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