Law Book Part 1 (Arrest, warrants, bondsmen, and diplomatic immunity)

According to the law book, what are the four required elements that make a complete arrest?
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Arrest can also be made without a warrant, if the person has committed a felony, misdemeanor, or has violated a municipal or county ordinance in the presence of the officer. How shall the officer affect the arrest for a misdemeanor, or county ordinance violation, when the criminal act was committed in the presence of an officer?
Upon receiving information from a fellow officer station on the ground, or on the air, that the driver of a vehicle has violated chapter 316, any officer may arrest the driver for that violation. This is more commonly referred to as the fellow officer rule. Regarding the fellow officer rule, what are the two requirements that the arresting officer must fulfill prior to making the traffic violation arrest?
Arrest can be made without a warrant, if there is probable cause to believe that the person has committed a criminal act which violates an injunction for protection, or a foreign protection order. This arrest can be made even over the objection of what entity, if necessary?Over the petitioners objection.Arrests can be made without a warrant, if there is probable cause to believe that the person has committed and act of domestic violence, or dating violence. The decision to arrest shall not require consent of the victim, nor the consideration of the relationship of the parties involved. However, what is the state public policy regarding the arrest of both parties for domestic violence against each other?It is the public policy of this state to strongly discourage arrests and charges of both parties for domestic or dating violence on each other.Arrest can be made without a warrant, if there is probable cause to believe that the person has committed child abuse, or for what other specified unlawful act regarding children?Luring or enticing a child for unlawful purposes.Arrest can be made without a warrant, for violations of safety zone, security zone, regulated navigation area, or what other specifically named protection zone?A naval vessel protection zone.Arrest can be made without a warrant, if the officer has probable cause to believe that a misdemeanor has been committed in the presence of a law enforcement officer of the United States government. However, the United states law enforcement officer must be recognized by what governing authority?They must be recognized by United States statute.Arrest can be made without a warrant, if the officer has probable cause to believe that a misdemeanor has been committed in the presence of a US military law enforcement officer. However, the United states military officer must be recognized by what governing authority?By the uniform code of military justice, or the United States Department of defense regulations.Arrest can be made without a warrant, if the officer has probable cause to believe that a misdemeanor has been committed in the presence of a recognized United States military law enforcement officer. What are the two requirements for this kind of misdemeanor arrest?First, the military officer must be on federal military property, which the state has maintained exclusive jurisdiction for such a misdemeanor. Second, the military officer must produce a signed affidavit.Arrest can be made without a warrant, if a law enforcement officer of the Florida National Guard, has probable cause to believe a felony was committed on state military property. What are the limitations on Florida national guards relating to misdemeanor arrest?The misdemeanor was committed in the presence of the national Guardsman, and on state military property.Which entity, in consultation with the CJSTC, shall prescribe the minimum training standards for such law enforcement officers of the Florida National Guard?The adjutant general.Arrest can be made without a warrant, if there is probable cause to believe that a person has committed an act that violates a condition of pretrial release, when the original arrest was for what crime?And act of domestic violence or dating violence.Arrest can be made without a warrant, if there is probable cause to believe that the person has committed trespass in a secure area of an airport, when signs are posted in conspicuous areas of the airport, which notified that unauthorized entry into such areas constitutes a trespass, and specify the methods for gaining authorized access to such areas. Where on the airport premises must this arrest then be made?An arrest under this subsection may be made on or off the airport premises.Arrest can be made without a warrant, if there is probable cause to believe that a person has committed an assault upon any of the following personnel that is engaged in the lawful performance of his or her duties, except: a firefighter, and emergency medical care provider, a public transit agent, or an employee of a receiving facility?A warrantless arrest of the subject can be made for an assault upon any of these personnel.Arrest can be made without a warrant, if there is probable cause to believe that the person has committed what type of sexual harassment?Criminal cyber harassment.according to the logbook, how many warrantless misdemeanor exceptions are there?26.Where must acts of breach of the peace, or disorderly conduct occur, for an arrest to be made under the misdemeanor exception rule?The breach of the peace must occur on the premises of a licensed establishment.When a person is neither a convicted felon, nor on the premises of an airport or other related places of travel which are governed by federal firearms regulations, regarding misdemeanor exceptions, when is possession of a firearm or ammunition prohibited?When a person is subject to a domestic violence injunction.Regarding misdemeanor exceptions relating to the possession of cannabis, what is the maximum allowable amount of cannabis a subject can be in possession of, to be considered for a misdemeanor exception?Not more than 20 grams.What are the three misdemeanor exceptions relating to property theft, other than theft of personal property?Retail theft, farm theft, or transit fare evasion.What is the only allowable misdemeanor exception of chapter 316 traffic violation which can be made, even if not in connection with a crash?Racing.When a person is not violating the secure area of an airport, or the safety zone, security zone, or regulated navigation area of a naval vessel protection zone, when can an act of trespass be a misdemeanor exception?When there is a trespass on a campus, or other facility of a school.In Florida, bonds men are licensed and have arrest powers. A bondsman is a legally considered to have custody of a defendant who has been released from law enforcement custody on bail. What entity is identified as the surety?The bail bondsman.As such, the bondsman has statutory authority to recapture a defendant whose bail has been forfeited, or when the bondsman surrenders the defendant to a law enforcement authorities. When can a bondsman arrest a principal?Before or after the forfeiture of the bond.What actions must a bondsman take, in order to authorize another peace officer to make the arrest of a principle?The bondsman must endorse the authorization on a certified copy of the bond.And out of state bondsman has the authority to recapture a principle in Florida. However, what is the requirement on the bondsman licensure and the issued bond?The bondsman must hold an equivalent bondsman license, by the state where the bond was written.An out of state bondsman has the authority to recapture a principal in Florida, if they hold an equivalent bondsman licensed by the state where the bond was written. Additionally, the power of an out-of-state bondsman is recognized by which court?The Florida Supreme Court, derived from federal case law.If a person arresting a principle is not licensed under Florida law or by a foreign state, the arrest may be in violation of Florida law. Officers confronted with an arrest of a principal affected by an out of state bondsman, should make what kind of inquiries regarding the bondsman?Officers should inquire about the licensure and the authority of out-of-state bondsman.Since bondsman have no statutory, common law or case law authority to use deadly force in affecting a capture, when may deadly force used by bondsman be considered reasonable?When deadly force was used to overcome declared, opened and armed resistance to an arrest.What statutory authority do bondsman have in Florida the allows them to be armed?Bonds men have no authority under Florida statute to be armed. However, a bondsman may possess a valid concealed carry weapons license, and carry a concealed firearm.On a practical level, what adverse reaction may occur if officers of the United states fail to fully respect the immunities of foreign diplomatic and consular personnel?It may complicate diplomatic relations between the United States and the other concerned country.Diplomatic immunity is not intended to serve as a license for persons to flout the law and purposefully avoid liability for their actions. What is the ultimate purpose of these privileges and immunities provided to diplomats?It is not to benefit the individual, but to ensure the efficient and effective performance of their official missions on behalf of their governments.Regarding diplomats, police officers are obliged to recognize the immunity of the envoy, as required by what customary laws?Under international customary and treaty laws.Regarding diplomatic immunity, which entities are afforded the highest level of privileges and immunities in the host country, in order that they may effectively perform their important duties?The staffs of diplomatic missions, or embassies.Regarding diplomatic immunity, which foreign dignitaries enjoys complete personal inviolability? Which means that they may not be handcuffed, arrested, or detained: and neither their property, vehicles, nor residences may be entered or searched.Diplomatic agents and members of the administrative and technical staff.Diplomatic agents also enjoy complete immunity from the criminal jurisdiction of the host countries courts, and thus cannot be prosecuted, except for what offense?Unless their immunity is waived, they cannot be prosecuted, no matter how serious the offense.Regarding diplomatic immunity, family members forming part of the household of diplomatic agents have what level of immunity?They enjoy precisely the same privileges and immunities as do the sponsoring diplomatic agents.Regarding diplomatic immunity, which entity performs tasks critical to the inner workings of the embassy?Members of the administrative and technical staff.Members of the administrative and technical staff of diplomats, enjoy privileges and immunities identical to those of diplomatic agents in the respect to personal inviolability, immunity from criminal jurisdiction, and immunity from the obligation to provide evidence as a witness. However, the family members of administrative and technical staff only enjoy what limited privileges and immunities?They enjoy the same privileges and immunities of diplomatic agents.Regarding diplomatic immunity, which entity performs less critical support tasks, and only have official acts immunity?Members of the service staff.Regarding diplomatic immunity members of the diplomatic service staff enjoy what privileges and immunities?They do not have personal inviolability, nor inviolability of property, and no immunity.The families of service staff members only enjoy what limited privileges and immunities?They enjoyed no privileges, nor immunities.What type of agreement grants to all members of the staff of their respective embassies, the privileges and immunities to which only diplomatic agents are normally entitled?Special bilateral agreements.Regarding waivers and diplomatic immunity status, in serious criminal cases, if a waiver is refused, be offender will be expelled from the United states, and the Department of State will make what request?That a warrant be issued, and have the appropriate entries entered into the NCIC database.Regarding diplomatic immunities, the seeking of a waiver of immunity is handled through what official channels?It is handled entirely by diplomatic channels.Regarding diplomatic immunities, what privileges and immunities do persons who are sent to United States on temporary duty, or short term or official business with diplomatic missions, usually enjoy?They ordinarily do not enjoy any privileges or immunities.Regarding diplomatic immunities, what are the requirements for members of the respective embassy for a special bilateral agreement, to exist between the United States and another country?That they are nationals of the sending country.Regarding waivers and diplomatic immunity status, it may be said the sending countries OWN these privileges and immunities. What entity may request waivers of immunity in every case where the prosecutor advises that, but for the immunity, charges would be pursued?The US department of state.