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To elicit a confession, police departments cannot hire professionals skilled in the art of psychological manipulation because of the decision in which case?
A. Miranda v. Arizona
B. Escobedo v. Illinois
C. Arizona v. Fulminate
D. Leyra v. Denno
Evidence that is illegally collected in a criminal case will be declared inadmissible under which rule?
A. the Miranda rule
B. the exclusionary rule
C. the Weeks rule
D. the Mapp rule
Which of the following statements is inaccurate regarding the pat-down search?
A. The pat-down may be conducted solely to ensure the safety of the officer.
B. Probable cause is not a requirement.
C. The pat-down refers to the right of an officer to search a suspect for a possible weapon.
D. The pat-down allows officers to reach deep into the pant pockets of a suspect to look for
drugs.
The origins of the exclusionary rule can be traced back to which case heard by the United States Supreme Court in 1914?
A. Mapp v. Ohio
B. Wolf v. Colorado
C. Weeks v. United States
D. Silverthorne Lumber Co. v. United States
Which U.S. Supreme Court case required states to use the exclusionary rule?
A. Mapp v. Ohio
B. Weeks v. United States
C. Silverthorne Lumber Co. v. United States
D. Wolf v. Colorado
What is true of the Fruit of the Poisoned Tree Doctrine?
A. It applies only to evidence directly obtained directly or illegally.
B. It repealed the exclusionary rule.
C. It extended the exclusionary rule to evidence obtained indirectly.
D. It was established by Berghuis v. Thompkins.
In which case did the U.S. Supreme Court state that considerations of public safety can override and negate the need for rights advisement prior to limited questioning?
A. Mapp v. Ohio
B. Miranda v. Arizona
C. New York v. Quarles
D. Terry v. Ohio
5.0 Points
What division of a police department investigates charges that officers are guilty of wrongdoing?
A. strategic investigations
B. intelligence
C. internal affairs
D. officer supervision
A legal principle that excludes any evidence obtained as a result of an illegal search or seizure is known as what?
A. latent evidence
B. good faith exception
C. compelling interest
D. fruit of the poisoned tree doctrine
Whether the crime involves attacks against computer systems or the information they contain or more traditional offenses like murder, money laundering, trafficking, or fraud, what type of
evidence is becoming increasingly important?
A. hearsay
B. interrogation
C. exclusionary
D. electronic
What did Chimel v. California establish?
A. that officers can search the person arrested and the area under that person’s “immediate
control” incident to an arrest
B. the good-faith exception
C. the plain-view doctrine
D. that officers can conduct emergency warrantless search
Which of the following situations would not allow a search under the public safety exception for searches without a warrant?
A. searches of airline passengers in a terminal
B. searches of student lockers in a school
C. searching phone records of a local robbery suspect
D. searching subway passengers
What rule stipulates the requirements for introducing evidence and defines the qualifications of an expert witness and the nature of the testimony he or she may give?
A. exclusionary rule
B. fruit of the poisoned tree doctrine
C. rules of evidence
D. material witness rule
The practice of using deadly force against an unarmed fleeing felon was prohibited in the case of __________.
A. Terry v. Ohio
B. Miranda v. Arizona
C. Tennessee v. Garner
D. Chimel v. California
Which federal case ruled that evidence in the plain view of a police officer is admissible in criminal court?
A. Chimel v. California
B. Carroll v. United States
C. Harris v. United States
D. Terry v. Ohio
Which U.S. Supreme Court case required states to enact procedures to protect citizens from abusive searches?
A. Weeks v. United States
B. Mapp v. Ohio
C. Silverthorne Lumber Co. v. United States
D. Wolf v. Colorado
A police officer can gather evidence without a warrant when it is clearly visible. This is known as a what?
A. consent to search
B. plain-view search
C. search of an automobile
D. pat-down search
The courts have supported drug testing of police officers based on drug abuse/use when what is present?
A. probable cause
B. an anonymous tip
C. proof beyond a reasonable doubt
D. a reasonable suspicion
Which of the following is an internal strategy used by law enforcement to achieve professionalism according to the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics?
A. a rigorous procedure for selecting and training new recruits
B. a well-developed internal standard of professional behavior
C. formal strategies for detection and punishment of violations of professional behavior
D. all of the above
he pat-down search was established in the case of __________.
A. Terry v. Ohio
B. Carroll v. United States
C. Chimel v. California
D. Harris v. United States

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