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The 5 functions of Police Role:
1. Crime Prevention
2. Crime Repression
3. Regulation of Non-Criminal Conduct
4. Provisions of Service
5. Protection of Constitutional Rights
What are some examples of Provisions of Service?
traffic accident investigations
emergency services- assist elderly
opening locked cars-"liability problem"
looking for runaways, wandering children
What does the 6th say?
-Trial rights
-must be speedy and public and have impartial jury
Weeks vs. US?
give date, ammendment it falls under and concepts
1914
4th
-exclusionary rule
Fruit of the Poisinous Tree
Silver Platter Doctrine
What are the 5 Admission/Confession Cases?
1. Brown v. Missippi
2. McNabe v. US
3. Ashcraft v. Tennesse
4. Culombe v. Conneticut
5. Miranda v. Arizona
Powell v. Alabama?
1932
14th Ammendment
right to att. in all capital cases
Johnson v. Zerps?
1938
right to an attorney in all federal trials
Gideaon v. Wainwright
1963
14th
all criminal defendents must be prov. an att. in felonies
retro active
Argersinger v. Hamlin
1972
14th
Argersinger v. Hamlin
1972
14th
right to an attorney when on trial for any offense
In rea Gualt
Deals with Juveniles
In rea Gult concepts
all juveniles have same rights as adults
right to confrontation
right to transcript of proceedings
right to appeal
Mapp v. Ohio
evidence illegally obtained is not admissable in court
Katz v US
involves eavesdropping-no exigency
protects persons not places
Terry v Ohio
1968
Terry stop and frisk
14th
do a pat down but only for weapons
US v Leon
1984
- made good faith warrant exception to exclusionary rule