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DESCRIPTIONKaplan University CJ 101. Introduction to Criminal Justice with Douglas N. Robinson 229.300.7038. Seminar Unit 4. Unit 4 Discussion Board Posts Minimum of 4 posts… Posted over three day period during the week… Seminar or Alternative Seminar Assignment Unit 4 Assignment – 60 points - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Kaplan UniversityCJ 101Introduction to Criminal JusticewithDouglas N. Robinson229.300.7038
Seminar Unit 4Unit 4Discussion Board PostsMinimum of 4 postsPosted over three day period during the weekSeminar or Alternative Seminar AssignmentUnit 4 Assignment 60 pointsUnit 3 Power point Project is due Tuesday, April 24th
Seminar Unit 4In each of the six scenarios, which can be accessed by clicking on the Unit 4 Assignment item in the Left Navigation Bar, a fundamental due process right has been violated. Review each scenario. Then, select both the correct right that has been violated and the Amendment which grants us this protection.
Note: This assignment is in a multiple choice format and should not take very long to complete. However, you will have 12 hours to finish it once you begin, and you will only be able to complete it once. Access the assignment by clicking on the Unit 4 Assignment link at left.
Seminar Unit 4In each of the six scenarios, which can be accessed by clicking on the Unit 4 Assignment item in the Left Navigation Bar, a fundamental due process right has been violated. Review each scenario. Then, select both the correct right that has been violated and the Amendment which grants us this protection.Note: This assignment is in a multiple choice format and should not take very long to complete. However, you will have 12 hours to finish it once you begin, and you will only be able to complete it once. Access the assignment by clicking on the Unit 4 Assignment link at left.Reminders:
Unit 4 SeminarReminders:You will only be able to enter your online Unit 4 Assignment one timeClick the "Save Answers" button oftenIf you lose your internet connection during your Unit 4 Assignment, logon again and try to access your Unit 4 Assignment. If you are unable to enter the Unit 4 Assignment, contact your instructor.You will always be able to see the time remaining in the Unit 4 Assignment at the top right of the page
Unit 4 SeminarAssessments with Multiple Pages:Make sure you click the "Save Answers" button before advancing to the next page (we also suggest clicking on save answers while you are working)Complete all of the pages before submitting your Unit 4 Assignment for instructor reviewDo NOT use your browser's 'Back' and 'Forward' buttons during the Unit 4 AssignmentPlease use the provided links for navigationSubmitting Your Unit 4 Assignment:When you are finished with the Unit 4 Assignment, click on the "Submit for Grade" button.Please note: Once you click the "Submit for Grade" button, you will NOT be able to edit or change any of your answers
Seminar Unit 4Miranda WarningsMiranda v. Arizona 1966What are the Warnings?What are the two requirements for Miranda to be required?Custody & Interrogation(s)Right to Remain silentAnything said can be used against you in criminal courtRight to an attorney present during questioningIf you can not afford an attorney, one will be provided
Do you understand these rights? What is the highest level of schooling in English Have you obtained? Have a witness present during the Miranda Warning issued.
Seminar Unit 4Chapter 7The U.S. Constitution, especially the Bill of Rights, is designed to protect citizens from abuses in police power.The 4th Amendment: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Seminar Unit 4The Exclusionary RuleWeeks v U.S. (1914)Illegally seized evidence cannot be used in a trial.This rule acts as a control over police behavior.Fruit of the Poisonous TreeSilverthorne Lumber Co. v. U.S (1920) -- Illegally seized evidence cannot be used in a trial, therefore evidence from an illegal seizure cannot be used at trialMapp v Ohio (1961)The 14th Amendment due process applies to all law enforcement officers (local, state and federal)
Seminar Unit 4Exceptions to the Exclusionary Rule:Good Faith Exception (US v Leon 1984)Evidence obtained with warrant later deemed invalidPlain View Doctrine (Harris v US 1968)Seen from a place officer has legal right to beEmergency Searches / Exigent Circumstances (Warden v Hayden 1967)Officer doesnt have to delay if would endanger livesWhat are some examples of when a situation becomes an emergency?
Seminar Unit 4Inevitable Discovery RuleBrewer v. Williams 1977If evidence would have been found without illegal conduct of officers, can be used in trialBody Searches v. Strip SearchesUSA Patriot Act 2001Wiretaps & Electronic Communications
Seminar Unit 4Chapter 8Police Personality and CultureCorruption v. IntegityKnapp Commission (1970)Ethics and ProfessionalismDangers of Law Enforcementwww.odmp.orgRisk of Disease and Health Issues
Seminar Unit 4Stress and FatiguePolice Use of ForceWhat is Excessive Force?Provide an exampleAlternative deadly weaponsProvide an exampleRacial Profiling v. Criminal ProfilingProvide examples of each
Seminar Unit 4What is Deadly Force?Provide examples of eachPolice LiabilitiesProvide examplesCommon sources of civil liabilitiesFederal LawsuitsTitle 42, Section 1983Code against anyone who denies others their constitutional right to life, liberty, or property without due process of law
Seminar Unit 4Unit 5 Assignments:Discussion Boards (minimum of 4 posts)QuizNo Seminar
Please Submit your Midterm Power-point By Tuesday, April 24th
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