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Access dates:1/13/2014 12:00:00 AM to 4/7/2014 11:59:00 PM
Can be reviewed in Gradebook on:1/13/2014 12:00:00 AM
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Instructional Objectives for this activity:Analyze the various legal issues and terms related to interrogation.Discuss the key terms, issues, and conditions for a legal confession.

The quiz will test your knowledge of the key terms and legal issues related to an interrogation.

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Question 1.1. In order for a police officer to make a valid search or seizure, he or she must
(Points : 2)
  in all cases have a search warrant
  be in that place legally
  be on public property
  be fully convinced of its merits

Question 2.2. Miranda Admonition is a:
  (Points : 2)
  constitutional Right
  constitutional Right adopted in 1966.
  case Decision, setting specific guidelines for in-custody interrogation
  all of the above

Question 3.3. Promises of leniency in an interrogation would be deemed coercive by the courts.
  (Points : 2)
  True 
  False 

Question 4.4. The supremacy of law provides that those who execute the law must rely on the application of known principles or laws, and those principles must be applied uniformly and fairly to all citizens. 
  (Points : 2)
  True 
  False 

Question 5.5. What are some of the facts that determine a coercive environment?
  (Points : 2)
  nature of the interview, atmosphere, freedom to Leave
  detention
  threats or violence by a suspect 
  murder investigation

Question 6.6. The U.S. Constitution, its amendments, and the Bill of Rights protect citizens from intrusion by the government, its agents, and from the actions of other citizens. 
  (Points : 2)
  True 
  False 

Question 7.7. The Fifth Amendment right attaches during all custodial interrogations. 
  (Points : 2)
  True 
  False 

Question 8.8. In order to arrest a person believed to be in the dwelling of a third party, absent exigent circumstance, (Points : 2)
  an arrest warrant must be obtained
  a search warrant must be obtained
  both an arrest warrant and a search warrant must be obtained
  consent must be obtained 
 

Question 9.9. The right to counsel under the Sixth Amendment and the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment prohibits law enforcement officers from deliberately eliciting incriminating information from a defendant in the absence of counsel after a formal charge against the defendant has been filed, regardless of whether or not the defendant is in custody. 
  (Points : 2)
  True 
  False 

Question 10.10. The Exclusionary Rule is a remedy that can be found in the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution; its purpose is to limit the power and authority of government officials. 
  (Points : 2)
  True 
  False 

Question 11.11. State Action is:
  (Points : 2)
  anything done by the government
  anything done by the private sector
  A and B
  none of the above

Question 12.12. The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution contains many protections; of concern in the area of interrogation is that it protects the right against ____________ and self-incrimination. (Points : 2)
  forced line-ups
  interrogation
  custody
  compelled testimonial evidence

Question 13.13. Courts are not concerned with the age of the suspect.
  (Points : 2)
  True 
  False 

Question 14.14. An interview in the police station is automatically considered a coercive environment triggering Miranda.
 (Points : 2)
  True 
  False 

Question 15.15. The rule of law holds that those who execute the law must rely on the 
  (Points : 2)
  application of known principles or laws
  application of principles uniformly and fairly to all citizens
  A and B
  none of the above




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Question 1.1. In order for a police officer to make a valid search or seizure, he or she must
(Points : 2)
in all cases have a search warrant
be in that place legally
be on public property
be fully convinced of its merits

Question 2.2. Miranda Admonition is a:
(Points : 2)
constitutional Right
constitutional Right adopted in 1966.
case Decision, setting specific guidelines for in-custody interrogation
all of the above

Question 3.3. Promises of leniency in an interrogation would be deeme...

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