Warrantless Searches Essays and Term Papers

  • Searches

    When the police use searches or surveillance techniques that raises Fourth Amendment concerns and initial question that must be answered is: Did the person claiming the protection of the Fourth Amendment have a reasonable expectation of privacy that was invaded by the police actions? Consider the following...

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  • Warrantless Search

    his seat. Hall noticed his backpack was gone upon seeing the man next to him quickly and abruptly leave the theater. Question Presented Is the warrantless search of Joe Green, who was arrested for larceny and drug possession after being detained by police on the lookout for someone who stole a backpack...

    1164 Words | 4 Pages

  • Locker Searches

    Locker Searches in School 10/14/2010 Jennifer Hardee Locker Searches in School have been more of the normal then the abnormal in today’s times. Although some students believe their rights are being violated, we all need to understand that we might be saving others lives, or preventing a bad situation...

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  • Consent Searches

    Semester Essay Consent searches is the topic I would like to discuss regarding criminal procedure questions in today’s society. I found an interesting question on consent searches online involving a child’s consent to let an officer enter and search his home while his parent (defendant) was...

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  • School Searches

    Intro to Criminal Justice Zachary Newcity March 19, 2013 School Searches How do you feel about school officials being able to search our children such as bags, lockers and their person? I feel that school officials should be able to search our children with reasonable suspicion that they are going...

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  • Locker Searches

    Wonjung Hwang Mr. Chonko English 10 Period 3 19 November 2012 Locker Searches We've all seen enough crime shows to know what to do if the police knock on your door and demand to search your property: stand, look indignant and demand to see their warrant. After all, it's your property, and unless...

    569 Words | 2 Pages

  • Warrantless Wiretapping

    Dave Gorman November 20, 2008 Writing About World Affairs Word Count: 708 Warrantless Wiretapping Since the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States, many of the counterterrorism measures taken by President George W. Bush and his administration have been questioned concerning their...

    258 Words | 1 Pages

  • Warrantless Arrest

    1. Search incident to lawful arrest - This rule permitted an officer to perform a warrantless search during or immediately after a lawful arrest, regardless of what the arrest was for. A search on this basis is now limited to only the person arrested and the area immediately surrounding the person in...

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  • Warrantless Search And Seizure LWalker

     Lakeitha Walker CCJS 234 7380 Criminal Procedure and Evidence (2148) 02 November 2014 Warrantless Search and Seizure Memoranda To: Judge Kratovil From: Lakeitha Walker RE: Elliot Watson Case – Marijuana Possession with Intent to Distribute Prosecution Date: 2 November 2014 Brief Summary:...

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  • Random Student Locker Searches

    As a teacher my responsibilities in regard to random student locker searches without permission is to do it. As a teacher, by law one is within their rights to search any student lockers if they believe that there is good reason to do so. If a student was to tell me that they saw another student with...

    904 Words | 3 Pages

  • Awareness on Warrantless Arrest

    an arrest by the police should be supported by a warrant. This is not an absolute rule. For your vital legal awareness, here is a list of valid warrantless arrests. The constitutional protection of the person against arbitrary arrests is guaranteed by the general rule that the police should first...

    12387 Words | 43 Pages

  • How the Researcher Searches

    | | Steve was born into wildlife, growing up on the Queensland’s Sunshine Coast and helping his parents at the ‘Beerwah Reptile and Fauna Park’. Established in 1970, this two acre wildlife park was home to native wildlife such as Lace Monitors, Tiger Snakes, Freshwater Crocodiles, Magpie Geese and...

    6372 Words | 22 Pages

  • Strip Searches in Schools

    The Fourth Amendment is an essential part of the United States Constitution. It grants all United States citizens the right to not have illegal searches and seizures brought against them. With this being said, the most recent debate of the Fourth Amendment has occurred in the United States Public...

    2010 Words | 6 Pages

  • Warrantless Search & Seizure

     Warrantless Search & Seizure Criminal Procedure/CJA364 July 11, 2013 Russell Galbreath, MPA Warrantless Search & Seizure Introduction Navigating the Fourth Amendment and the law of warrantless searches and seizures largely involves case law rather than statutes, and today’s principles...

    1953 Words | 6 Pages

  • Twitter Searches For A Business Model

    Twitter Searches For A Business Model Case Study Questions: 1. Twitter began as a web-based version of popular text messaging services provided by cell phone carriers. Basically, Twitter doesn’t make money. However, if a company signs up to blast messages to users, they could earn a profit. In April...

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  • Employee Rights and Property Searches

    suit are that in the employees’ policy manual, handbooks or contracts reflect that the employee and/or contract workers must agree to random vehicle searches, random drug testing, and an at will clause for employment; that when signed by the employees and/or contract workers, it becomes binding, implied...

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  • The Law System Searches

    finding evidence Section 487 of the Criminal Code gives justices of the peace the power to issue search warrants. -prior authorization for certain searches can exist if there is reasonable grounds. -what is actually reasonable grounds has been challenged in court many times. One concept is exempt...

    254 Words | 1 Pages

  • TWITTER SEARCHES FOR A BUSINESS MODEL

    What types of companies are most likely to adopt cloud-based CRM software services? Why? With CRM and ERP, a business can be up and running with the software quickly which less need for in-house IT staff or high levels of technical skills, and things like security and upgrades are looked after by...

    929 Words | 3 Pages

  • locker personal searches

     College English 9 2 February 2012 Locker and Personal Searches, Good or Bad? Would you rather have privacy, or be safe? It is a tough decision, but it is better to be safe than sorry. In schools, the crime rate has gone up, and more people are getting hurt, even if not by guns. However...

    589 Words | 2 Pages

  • School Locker Searches

    state that the validity of locker searches is dependent on the students' reasonable expectations of privacy, which can be affected by school policies designating the lockers as student or school property, and student notification that the school will conduct periodic searches for contraband or will retain...

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