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4th Amendment Cases

Criminal Justice Review Chpt. 4

QuestionAnswer
Chimel vs. Cali Limited search incident to arrest to only search the immediate control of suspect.
Weeks vs. US Held illegally seized items cant be used against defendant in federal cases.
Mapp vs. US Held illegally seized items cant be used against defendant in State cases.
US vs. Leon Judges determination of probable cause was wrong. Allowed police "good faith" exception.
Mass vs. Sheppard Judge used wrong form for search warrant. Allowed police "good faith" exception.
Nix vs. Williams Prosecution must show by preponderance of evidence that the information would have been discovered lawfully.
Malloy vs. Hogan Extended the protection of self-incrimination to the state courts.
Miranda vs. AZ Broadened the protection against self-incrimination to cover nearly all police custodial interrogations.
Weems vs. US Held that the meaning of the 8th amendment is not restricted to the intent of the Framers 8th amendments bars, punishments are excessive that what is excessive is not fixed in time but changes with evolving social conditions.
Created by: snickerz_911