Strayer CRJ320 WK 3 Quiz 3 Chapter 4,5

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1. In which 1984 case did the Supreme Court define a search as “a governmental infringement of a legitimate expectation of privacy?” a. United States v. Ross b. United States v. Jacobsen c. Mapp v. Ohio d. Terry v. Ohio 2. A lane search, or partitioning the area into lanes, a. can be adapted to any number of police personnel. b. is intended to be used only with one officer. c. works well inside. d. must always be used with a traffic director. 3. Which of the following is not a goal of a search during an investigation? a. to establish that a crime was committed b. to establish when the crime was committed c. to identify who committed the crime d. to punish the offender 4. Which of the following do investigators not need to know in order to conduct an effective search? a. the legal requirements for searching b. the identity of the offender c. the elements of the crime being investigated d. the items being searched for 5. The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

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Strayer CRJ320 WK 3 Quiz 3 Chapter 4,51. In which 1984 case did the Supreme Court define a search as a governmental infringement ofa legitimate expectation of privacy?a. United States v. Rossb. United States v. Jacobsenc. Mapp v. Ohiod. Terry v. Ohio2. A lane search, or partitioning the area into lanes,a. can be adapted to any number of police personnel.b. is intended to be used only with one officer.c. works well inside.d. must always be used with a traffic director.3. Which of the following is not a goal of a search during an investigation?a. to establish that a crime was committedb. to establish when the crime was committedc. to identify who committed the crimed. to punish the offender4. Which of the following do investigators not need to know in order to conduct an effectivesearch?a. the legal requirements for searchingb. the identity of the offenderc. the elements of the crime being investigatedd. the items being searched for5. The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution forbids what type of searches and seizures?a. illegalb. unsupervisedc. unreasonabled. undercover6. In which of the following cases is a search not legal?a. The search is incidental to a lawful arrest.b. An officer stops a suspicious person and believes the person to be armed.c. An emergency exists.d. An officer conducts a search of a motorist for a driving infraction.7. A way to determine if probable cause exists today is which test?a. plain-view doctrineb. to

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