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    Plain View Doctrine (PVD)

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    1. the Plain View Doctrine (PVD) The police officers lawfully obtained evidence from Archer’s dining room under the PVD because the officer was in a place where he had a right to be and saw accessible property that was recognized as the candelabra. The Supreme Court has held that even if there is no warrant, obtaining evidence is always reasonable under the Fourth Amendment, if (1) the police entrance to the place to be searched is valid and (2) the PVD prong test is satisfied: if an officer is in a place where he has a right to be and sees accessible property that is recognized as contraband, an officer may seize the evidence. Coolidge, 403 U.S. at 467. Moreover, the modern trend of the PVD is lenient towards the compliance to the three prongs…

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    The plain view doctrine acknowledge a law enforcement officer take any evidence of a crime or illegal items that is found in plain sight during a normal inspection. “Under the special case for an inquiry occurrence to capture, and officer may lead a warrantless pursuit of the arrestee’s individual and the zone inside the arrestee’s prompt control.” (Brooks, 2004). Furthermore, throughout an inquiry episode to capture, police may take from an arrestee any property which the arrestee may have…

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    The plain view doctrine allows law enforcement the ability to seize evidence that can be used in court without first having to obtain a warrant (Hall, 2014). There are five elements that make up the requirements for the plain view doctrine to be lawful (Hall, 2014). 1. “the officer must lawfully be in an area 2. from which the object to be seized is in plain view, and 3. the officer does in fact see the item; 4. there is probable cause to believe the object is connected to a crime, and 5. the…

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    Card Stacking is when a businessmen or politician is persuading an audience. They use many statistics and facts to convince the audience. Card Stacking fits in the Logos form of propaganda because logos is when you convince with many proven facts and statistics.The book Animal Farm says,” No animal in England knows the meaning of happiness or leisure after he is a year old. No animal in England is free. The life of an animal is misery and slavery; that is the plain truth.” This represents Card…

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    States, but Adams felt instead of standing behind the British war seekers, they would come out with their own independent doctrine stating the Western Hemisphere’s independence from European…

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    German people to more land. It is bad enough to view one people as ethnically superior (a sad truth throughout much of history), but to feel the need to cleanse the world of the so-called “lesser” people is absolutely sickening. I was surprised when Hitler used North America, the United States, as an example to prove his point. After reading his reasoning I simply wanted to scoff, as he was blatantly…

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    American Superpower

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    markets. As American presence was growing in Cuba, so was the concern for American citizens living abroad in Cuba. As a result of the American businesses setting up in Cuba and of the worry for American safety, the USS Maine was sent to Cuba to protect the American citizens living in Cuba. Cuba had behind under Spanish rule for over 400 years and within the past couple of decades had started to rise up against their Spanish rulers. America also claimed to have sent the Maine as a gesture to…

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    The novel The Female Frontier: A Comparative View of Women on the Prairie and the Plains was written by Glenda Riley. Riley was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1938 and gained her Ph.D. from Ohio State University in 1968. After she received her Ph.D. she went on to acquire he first teaching position at Northern Iowa University, where she held this position for 21 years. She also founded the University of Northern Iowa’s Women’s Studies Program. This wide range of knowledge on this particular subject,…

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    direction of the Cubans [and the right of the U.S. to become encompassed because of the Monroe Doctrine]), the U.S. came into the ownership of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines (although merely the Philippines stayed a foreign ownership [for 30 years]). Contrastingly, the expansions of preceding U.S. expansionism were critical, even though manipulated contrasted to the departures. An omnipresent faith in God, the Monroe Doctrine, and Manifest Destiny (all the method from the early Puritan…

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    Marshall Plan Success

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    during the war. Some European states had tried to solve their problems by printing more money, but this brought the value of the money they did have down and hurt them even more. Taking all of Europe 's economic problems into account, Marshall decided to begin to make a plan to assist them fix their problems. The Marshall Plan was approved by the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948 and was officially called the European Recovery Program. The Marshall Plan’s principles were made to work over a…

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