Criminal justice

May 30th, 2016
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Criminal Justice Pin It You are a private investigator who is an AIU graduate and owns a private investigation firm. The private investigation firm covers all forms of private investigation but specializes in conducting criminal defense investigations that are court-appointed. You like this work because not many people know that for a felony offense, if a defendant gets a court-appointed attorney in the Federal Judicial System and most state judicial systems, then the defendant also gets a court-appointed private investigator to work with the attorney in defense of the charges. You have worked previously with this attorney, and he has faith in your abilities because of your past efforts. Tasking: Attorney Jack Charleston has asked you to do some external research to locate two U.S. Supreme Court cases where the 4th Amendment and 5th Amendment were issues. Essentially, you have to find two cases: one case where a defendant has filed an appeal because he or she believes his 4th Amendment

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1Running Head: CRIMINAL JUSTICECriminal justiceStudents nameUniversity affiliation2Running Head: CRIMINAL JUSTICEAbstractThe Fourth Amendment to The Constitution of the United States reads:"The right ofthe people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonablesearches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrant shall issue, but upon probablecause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched,and the person or things to be seized."The case of the state of Ohio vs. Ernesto Gonzales, case no. 13-13-32 appeals fromFostoria municipal court violated the fourth amendment. Trial Court Nos. CRB 1200385 Aand CRB 1200385 B and the judge decision was made on February 18, 2014. Theappearances was Matthew B. Bryant for Appellant Gonzales and Timothy J. Hoover forAppellee. According to Robinson, Darden & Darden, (1972, p.212), the Fostoria municipalcourt charged Mr. Gonzales of permanent weapons disability after he was found inpossession of marijuana and criminal weapons. This was a violation of a minormisdemeanour R.C. 2925.11(C)(3) and a first degree misdemeanour R.C. 2923.24(A) butpled innocent to the charges on September 21, 2012. There was a search warrant executed atGonzales household and approximately 99.9 grams of marijuana was recovered. Digitalscales were also recovered. However, the defendant filed the motion against the charges tostop the legality of the evidence stati

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