BPOC 273 Case Law Application (Arrest, Search, Seizure)
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"Probable Cause" to believe a crime has occured, is occurring or will occur, is required for arrest: A. Aquilar vs Texas B. Brown vs Texas C. Mapp vs Ohio D. Terry vs Ohio
A. Aguilar vs Texas
"Temporary detention": A. Aguilar vs Texas B. Brown vs Texas C. Mapp vs Ohio
B. Brown vs Texas
Search & expectancy of privacy: A. Terry vs Ohio B. Aguilar vs Texas C. Mapp vs Ohio D. Katz vs U.S.
D. Katz vs U.S.
Fruit of the poisonous doctrine: A. Wong sun vs U.S. B. Wong Foo vs California C. Wrong one vs Texas D. Mapp vs Ohio
A. Wong sun vs U.S.
5th amendment protections at time of arrest: A. Miranda vs Arizona B. Aguilar vs Texas C. Brown vs Texas D. Terry vs Ohio
A. Miranda vs Arizona
Exclusionary rule: A. Mapp vs Ohio B. Terry vs Ohio C. Aguilar vs Texas D. Brown vs Texas
A. Mapp vs Ohio
Exigent circumstances to search, under Motor Vehicle exception: A. Carroll vs U.S. B. Mapp vs Ohio C. Terry vs Ohio D. Miranda vs Arizona
A. Carroll vs U.S.
Stop & Frisk: A. Mapp vs Ohio B. Brown vs Texas C. Terry vs Ohio D. Aguilar vs Texas
C. Terry vs Ohio
Search incident to lawful arrest, limiting search to person, clothing and immediate area: A. Terry vs Ohio B. Chimel vs California C. Mapp vs Ohio D. Carrol vs U.S.
B. Chimel vs California
Under the "stop & frisk" rule, the officer may only frisk for: A. contrband B. Weapons C. Drugs D. any of the above
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