1. Engaging in surveillance, confiscating illegal objects and trading immunity from enforcement for information or cooperation are examples of what?
2. Which of the following is a primary technique of investigation and is controlled by statute and constitutional case law?
Interrogation of a suspect
3. Which of the following police operations is considered to be informational and not a primary technique of investigation?
Referring an alcholic to rehab or resolving a family conflict
4. Evidence gathered by the police is governed by the search and seizure requirements of what Amendment?
5. The Fourth Amendment provides that no warrant shall be issued unless what?
6. In order to obtain a search warrant the officer must (1) request a warrant from the court, (2) establish proper grounds for the warrant, and (3) what else?
Designate th specific area they will be searching
7. Listing the wrong address on the warrant is an example of inadmissibility based on what legal concept from the Fourth Amendment?
8. The police obtain a warrant to search a specific bus station locker. They find nothing in the listed locker so they go on to search every locker in the bus station. The courts will probably use what concept to rule that the subsequent locker searches were invalid?
9. The legality of a search incident to arrest depends almost entirely on what?
Lawfulness of an arrest
10. A police officer who searches a suspect incident to a lawful arrest generally observes two rules. One rule is that the search is made at the time of the arrest and the other rule is what?
It includes the surrounding area
11. The actual luggage search, in the bus sweep case of Florida v. Bostick, was made on the basis of what type of warrantless exception?
12. The Mendenhall case and the Royer case involved the use of what investigative technique for the control of narcotics?
The drug courier profile
13. Which of the following is an example of curtilage?
grounds or fields attached to a house
14. Under what doctrine can police officers seize a gun they come upon while conducting a warranted search for narcotics in a suspect's apartment?
Plain View Doctrine
15. When was Katz v. United States decided?
16. The basic principle of the law of electronic surveillance is that wire - tapping and other devices that violate privacy are contrary to what amendment?
17. Which conversation maybe typed without a warrant under the Katz doctrine?
Conversation in a public park
18. What police power is the basis for all crime control?
19. Which of the following is a requirement for a legal arrest?
Sufficient legal evidence
20. A person may be detained without a court hearing for how long under the Riverside County v. McLaughlin ruling?
21. Which amendment protects your right to be free from self - incrimination?
22. Which right is not afforded to the suspect in the Miranda warning?
The right to confront witness with an atorney present
23. What happens if the suspect waives his Miranda rights?
Any statement can be used against them
24. In the Minnick decision the Court said that reinterrogation requires the presence of an attorney unless what happens?
Unless the suspect intiates the conversation
25. In U.S. v. Wade the Court stated the accused has the right to counsel present during what police procedure?
Lineup; if it is taking place after being formally charged
26. In what case did the Court establish the general criteria for determining the suggestiveness of a pretrial identification procedure?
Neil v. Biggers
27. Which decision made the exclusionary rule applicable to the federal court system?
Weeks v. U.S.
28. Which decision made the exclusionary rule binding on state courts?
Mapp v. Ohio
29. In U.S. v. Leon, the Court is said to have articulated what exception to the exclusionary rule?
Good faith exception
30. Criminal prosecution of police officers, internal police control and civil lawsuits are examples of what?
Suggested approached to dealing with violations of the exclusionary rule