4th Amendment Application, the “Case of the Bad Boyfriend”
Fourth Amendment cases involving searches, warrants, and exigent circumstances.
-Define probable cause and its relationship to determining the legality of a search.
-Explain the purpose and application of the exclusionary rule.
-Identify whether Joe had legal standing to object to the search.
-Describe whether the cash, packaging material, and scales admissible at trial if the police rely on exigent circumstances.
-Explain whether the evidence of the cocaine is admissible at trial.
– Identify whether the police had the right to go into the bedroom when relying on exigent circumstances.
Must use at least three court cases and one scholarly source.