4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- (2000) Cops got anonymous call saying a guy had a gun illegally, but this wasn't enough probable cause to warrant a search. Conviction was thrown out.
- (1976) "Hot Pursuit" clause made, meaning evidence is admissible if found during hot pursuit.
- (1987) "Honest Mistake" clause made when drugs were found with a warrant for a different location, but unintentionally.
- (1964) 6th Amendment applies during interrogation. (Escobedo is interrogated without lawyer and eventually confesses). S.C. rules interrogation illegal because lawyer wasn't present - Suspect's right to an attorney DURING police interrogation.
4 True/False questions
Weeks v US → (1914) Established exclusionary rule, evidence gotten without a warrant isn't admissable in a federal court
Miranda v Arizona → (1966) Ernesto Miranda confesses to raping a girl, but wasn't made aware of his protection in the bill of rights. Supreme Court held that criminal suspects must be informed of their right to consult with an attorney and of their right against self-incrimination prior to questioning by police.
Gideon v Wainright → (1984) The evidence pertaining to the discovery and condition of the victim's body was properly admitted at respondent's second trial on the ground that it would ultimately or inevitably have been discovered even if no violation of any constitutional provision had taken place.
Mapp v Ohio → (1984) If effort to get a legitimate warrant was made in "good faith" then evidence is admissible.