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Class Notes for Criminal Justice at California State University - Long Beach

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CRJU 350 Lecture 10: 350 Midterm Study Guide Ch.10

Probation & Parole Searches - Probationers & Parolees have lowered expectation of privacy - Search & Seizures Terms of Probation: submit your person, property, home, vehicle to search at any time, ...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Reasonable Suspicion, Body Cavity Search

- Wife-husband: only one consent = no consent, absent b/c detention = absent - Hotel-clerk: cant consent - Landlord: cant consent to search tenants - Garage: risk of consent (give key) - Ro...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Metar

If criminal informant, why should he be trusted? Different types of warrants Anticipatory warrant: PC to believe evidence will be in location, speci fic rules Night service: may search during day times hour...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Search Warrant, Hot Pursuit, Affidavit

- Public Arrest: no warrant needed - Residential: need warrant to arrest in home - New York v. Payton: entry home w/ warrant, suspect of murder - Home of third party: need warr...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Criminal Record, Reasonable Person, Extrasensory Perception

- Test of PC: - Magistrate issued arrest warrant after confirm PC - TOTC shows PC - Did not exceed reasonable force Definition of arrest: - De Facto Arrest: under ci...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Terry Stop, Hiibel V. Sixth Judicial District Court Of Nevada

Profiling: - Detect or predict crime based on observations of other individual past crime 4th Amend. Violation: search/seizure by a peace officer, not private citizen Courts & Crime Profiles: - Courts gener...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Reasonable Suspicion, Extrasensory Perception

Abandoned property: - No expectation of privacy once abandoned - California v. Greenwood: abandoned trash, no expectation of privacy Areas open to public: no warrant needed Seizures of persons: - Genera...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Tom Tyler, Korematsu V. United States, Reasonable Suspicion

Korematsu v. U.S - 5 years probations, conviction overturned b/c government con cealed evidence HERBERT PACKERs Model - Crime Control: repression of criminal conduct - Due Process: protecting rights ...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nolle Prosequi, Supremacy Clause, William Rehnquist

- Role of decision: resolve specific case v. provide board guidelines - Police power vs. Individual Rights - Original Framers vs. Contextualism - Human factor: judges personal psychology Court Rep...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Certiorari

Chapter 1 Criminal Law: Factual elements of criminal offenses Criminal Procedure C Procedure involved detection, investigation, prosecution of criminal offenses Objectives of Criminal Procedure Fair, Accuracy, Efficien...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Symbolic Interactionism, Odel, Factor Analysis

The Logic of Criminal Justice Research Skepticism: Definition: Attitude of doubtingchallenging assertions Validity of science Replication Definition: Proper research methods create good scienceallows scrutiny Research as ...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 320
R Fischer
CRJU 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Exclusionary Rule, Harmless Error, Perjury

Chapter 10 4th Amend. Violation Remedy: lawsuit for trespass to property (court created) The Exclusionary Rule WEEKS v. US: held that evidence obtained by federal agents in violation of the 4th Amend. was subject to supp...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 350
A Choi
CRJU 302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Third Enforcement Act, Gross Negligence, Blue Lives Matter

Chapter 7 Rule of Law: Expounding the Constitution Introduction The police m ust adhere to the constitution and the laws of the jurisdiction Rule of law the process is more important than the effect 3 constitutional amend...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 302
G Gibbs
CRJU 302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Behavioural Sciences, Clearance Rate, Community Policing

Chapter 4 Community Policing Guardians or Soldiers ? Basic principles of CommunityOriented Policing CommunityOriented Policing (COP) = police should work wcommunity members in the areas of roblem solving and crime fighting...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 302
G Gibbs
CRJU 302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Field Training Officer, Personality Test, American Frontier

Chapter 1 History: From English Origins to the United States The Old English of Policing Frankpledge System (developed in England) * * Tithing: Male groups that were formed with 9 neighbors (ages 12 and above) Engaged in b...

Criminal Justice
CRJU 302
G Gibbs

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