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U.S. v Weeks
Exclusionary rule
Ohio v Mapp
Search is bad everything is bad
Warden v Hayden
If exigent can do warrantless search
Cali v Chimel
In course of making a lawful arrest can search immediate area
U.S. v Leon
Act in good faith than everything is okay
U.S. v Harris
Must have probable cause to have plain view search
Arizona v Hicks
Must have probable cause to have plain view search
Ohio v Terry
If you have reasonable suspicion can pull you over, to the side, pat down....
TN v Garner
Cannot use deadly forced unless it is returned
NY v Payton
Unless suspect gives permission police cannot enter and make a warrantless arrest unless exigent - fleaing
U.S. v Watson
Can arrest in public place
U.S. v Carroll
Warrantless search okay only if probable cause
Chambers v Mahoney
Warrantless search okay only if probable cause
Delaware v Prouse
Illegal to pull you over just to check you
NY v Belton
Warrantless search okay only if probable cause
U.S. v Ross
Warrantless search okay only if probable cause
Police v Sitz
Legal to do road blocks
U.S. v Draper
Informant valid is probable cause for arrest
TX v Aguilar
2 Prong- clear and reliable
Arizona v Miranda
Must give rights before anything
Mississippi v Brown
Cannot beat it out of someone
Leyra v Denno
No psychological manipulation
Illinois v Escobedo
Right to counsel in interrogation
Gideon v Wainwright
Attorney if cannot afford one
U.S. v wade
Right to counsel in line up
U.S. Katz
Cannot use survelliance without warrant
U.S. v Scott
Must use mimization