Police and the Law Case Study

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In order to prepare for this case study, you will need to review Chapter 13,    “Police and the Law,” in your textbook. In your case study, you will address  the  following:

Analyze and explain the use of the exclusionary rule by the Supreme Court        of the United States. 

Define how the exclusionary rule has affected the use of evidence acquired        from police search and seizure cases. 

Compare and contrast each of the following cases and the effects that the        ruling decision by the Supreme Court has had on evidence obtained from    police     search and seizure. 

  • What constitutes a reasonable search (include information regarding the        ways that the police can use probable cause and execute a search       warrant)?

How is search and seizure governed by the Fourth Amendment? 

  • How do you feel that the police could have completed their searches in        these cases more efficiently? 

Base your case study on the following three cases:

  • Weeks v. United States (1914)—Exclusionary rule applied to federal law        enforcement agencies

Rochin v. California (1952)—Exclusionary rule applied to all cases        involving extreme police misconduct 

  • Mapp v. Ohio (1961)—Exclusionary rule applied to all law enforcement        agencies (local, state, and federal)

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