Compare and contrast the “trespass doctrine” with the “privacy doctrine” as they relate to Fourth Amendment searches.

You must answer three out of the four questions. Your responses to EACH should be between 250-400 words

Essay Questions

1. Compare and contrast the “trespass doctrine” with the “privacy doctrine” as they relate to Fourth Amendment searches. Give an example of each to support your answer.

2. Describe the third-party doctrine? Why is it important? Give an example to support your answer.

3. Identify and compare the characteristics between a full custodial arrest and a stop. Give an example of each.

4. Define and explain the differences between reasonable suspicion and probable cause. What two interests does probable cause balance?

Essay Instructions

1. When developing your answers, you must include (cited) facts to support the major points in your response. Your responses should not include excessive citations, but should be paraphrased with your thoughts and analysis, also. That is, your responses must reflect a balance between facts and your perspective on the points you made.

1. Your responses to EACH of the quiz questions should be between 250-400 words, doubled-spaced, and written in 12 point Time New Roman font, in one Word. doc file.

1. Include the question you are responding to IMMEDIATELY before EACH answer.

1. Include a reference page, cited and formatted in APA style.

You must answer

three

out of the four

questions.

Your responses

to EACH should be

between 250

4

00 words

Essay Questions

1.

Compare and contrast the “trespass doctrine” with the “privacy doctrine” as they relate to

Fourth Amendment searches. Give an example of each to support your answer.

2.

Describe the third

party doctrine? Why is it important? Give an example to support your

answer.

3.

Identify and compare the characteristics between a full custodial arrest and a stop. Give

an example of each.

4.

Define and explain the differences between reasona

ble suspicion and probable cause.

What two interests does probable cause balance?

Essay Instructions

·

When developing your answers, you

must include (cited) facts to support the major

points in your response. Your responses should not include excessive citations, but

should be paraphrased with your thoughts and analysis, also. That is, your responses must

reflect a balance between facts an

d your perspective on the points you made.

·

Your responses to EACH of the quiz q

uestions should be between 250

4

00 words,

doubled

spaced, and written in 12 point Time New Roman font, in one Word. doc file.

·

Include the question you are responding to IMMEDIAT

ELY

before

EACH answer.

·

Include a reference page, cited and formatted in

APA

style.