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Case Law

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  • Q1
    Which Supreme Court case established the Exclusionary rule for all law enforcement agencies?
    Carroll v. United States
    Gideon v. Wainwright
    Mapp v. Ohio
    Terry v. Ohio
  • Q2
    What does the Exclusionary Rule state?
    Any evidence seized illegally is inadmissible in court
    Any evidence harmful to the defendant is inadmissible in court
    All evidence must be shared with the prosecution and defense
    All evidence must be approved by a judge
  • Q3
    What rule was created by the Supreme Court case of Terry v. Ohio?
    Terry arrest or custody
    Terry frisk or pat down
    Terry search or seizure
    Terry rule or law
  • Q4
    A frisk or pat down is the same as a search.
  • Q5
    During a Terry frisk, you are only allowed to check for what?
    Any illegal item
  • Q6
    What is the requirement for a Terry frisk?
    Probable cause
    An arrest
    Proof beyond a reasonable doubt
    Reasonable suspicion
  • Q7
    What was decided by the Supreme Court case of Carroll v. United States?
    Police do not need a warrant to search a vehicle, only probable cause
    Police do not need probable cause to search a vehicle, only a warrant
    Police can search a car based only on reasonable suspicion
    Police do not need probable cause to search a vehicle
  • Q8
    What was the name of the rule created by Carroll v. United States?
    The Mobile Doctrine
    The General Motors Procedure
    The Motor Vehicle Rule
    The Automobile Exception
  • Q9
    Why is only probable cause needed to search a vehicle?
    A vehicle is considered a home or residence when occupied
    A vehicle is mobile and could leave the scene before a warrant is secured
    A vehicle is considered the property of the state
    A vehicle can be seized as evidence based on preponderance of the evidence
  • Q10
    What was decided by the Supreme Court case of Tennessee v. Garner?
    Police may use deadly force if necessary
    You can shoot a suspect in the back if they are a threat
    Use of force is considered a seizure under the Fourth Amendment
    Police may not use force unless they themselves are personally threatened
  • Q11
    If use of force is considered a seizure under the Fourth Amendment, what is required before you can use force?
    Fear of injury
    Reasonable suspicion
    Probable cause
    A threat
  • Q12
    Why is use of force considered a seizure?
    Both require a detailed, justifiable report
    It is not; it is considered a search
    A search is always required before you can use force
    When you use force, you are "seizing" a person's freedom, safety, or life
  • Q13
    What Supreme Court case led to the creation of the Miranda warning?
    Miranda v. Arkansas
    Miranda v. Arizona
    Miranda v. Alabama
    Miranda v. Alaska
  • Q14
    The Miranda warning is based on the rights guaranteed by what?
    The First and Second Amendments
    The Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments
    The Fourth and Fifth Amendments
    The Fifth and Sixth Amendments
  • Q15
    You must always advise an individual of their Miranda rights.

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