- What are the differences between conventional search warrants (directed toward gathering evidence for a criminal prosecution), administrative search warrants, and special needs searches?
- Under what circumstances are random, warrantless, and suspicion-less searches of high school students permitted? What is the underlying rationale of these searches? Critique this rationale.
- Name several ways in which a law enforcement officer or officers can prevent a routine encounter with a person on the street from being considered a seizure tantamount to arrest.
- If a law enforcement officer has probable cause to arrest, does the officer have to make an arrest? If not, what alternatives to arrest are available, and under what circumstances should they be used?