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Question Answer
The exclusionary rule applies in federal court to exclude evidence illegally obtained by private parties. False
The Fourth Amendment protects against intrusion into areas where a person has a ________________ _____________ of privacy. Reasonable expectation
The area immediately surrounding a home where an individual has a reasonable expectation of privacy is called:Curtilage
a property owner has a reasonable expectation of privacy in his open fields. False
a warrantless search of an automobile is reasonable and does not violate the Fourth Amendment if the officer has probable cause True
a minor traffic offense provides probable cause to search an automobile False
The doctrine that provides that 'what a person knowingly exposes to the public, even in his own home or office, is not a subject of Fourth Amendment protection' is called: Plain view doctrine
a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy in abandoned property.False
Courts apply an ________________ test when determining if property is abandoned. Objective
a canine inspection for narcotics is always a search under the Fourth AmendmentFalse
A seizure occurs when law enforcement ____________ ____________ with a person's legitimate interest in property. Meaningfully interferes
a seizure interferes with a person's right of privacy. False
If an officer wishes to briefly detain an object for investigation, he must have what level of suspicion? Reasonable suspicion
An officer can prevent an object from being moved while he obtains a warrant if he has probable cause and there is a risk the object will be movedTrue
an officer can seize an object within his view even if he is not lawfully present in the location False
For a plain view seizure to be valid, the criminal nature of the item must be ________ ________. Immediately apparent
The two types of inventory searches are: 1) booking, and 2) impoundment.
Searches of an impounded vehicle are intended to produce an ______________, not to discover evidence. inventory
True or false: a search incident to arrest is valid if the arrest is valid True
Booking searches do not require standard operating procedures. False
The exclusionary rule is raised at trial through a motion to suppress the evidence
The primary purpose of the exclusionary rule is to ____________ police misconduct deter
It is an exception to the exclusionary rule if an officer acts in _______ _______ reliance on a facially valid warrant. good faith
The _________________ doctrine applies where there is an unconstitutional acquisition of evidence and an untainted parallel discovery of the same evidence that is independent of the initial illegal discovery Independent source
The ______________ doctrine applies where circumstances show that, even if there had been no bad police conduct, evidence would have been discovered anyway Inevitable discovery