The exclusionary rule is a deterrent against searches and seizures. Any evidence that is gained through an illegal search or seizure is now inadmissible in criminal proceedings, per the exclusionary rule. Supporters of the exclusionary rule argue that it helps prevent illegal searches and seizures against law enforcement. Those against the exclusionary rule argue that the exclusionary rule keeps criminals out of jail and there are other preventative measures such as suspending police officers without pay, dismissing them from a case, or in extreme circumstances terminating employment of officers who violate the Fourth Amendment. The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution protects all citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures from all government officials.
They have also said that it is reasonable for any officer to do an immediate area search of where that individual is to make sure that they can not grab anything for a weapon like for example a knife. The Supreme Court clearly notes in its opinion that such searches have to happen in the immediate area of arrest and any such search outside that area must be made with a search warrant. In Chimel case the officers could have patted down Chimel and then done a search of the immediate area to make sure that no weapons were hiding around. But once they began looking all around the house that requires a search warrant. The Supreme Court reversed the California Supreme Court’s
Fraud. What can be learned from cases like the one surrounding Holmes? Is it possible to nail the heavy charges first? What kind of society do we live in if a serial killer has to be arrested on fraud charges before anyone is aware of the appalling number of murders he committed? At the time of his confession, Holmes admitted to the murders
Ron Stone, a police drug informant disappeared on January 22nd 1977 only for his body to be found two months later on the banks of River Stanislaus, miles from Sonora. The victim had been working as a drug informant for narcotic detectives. His main duty was to set up Christopher Towler by introducing him to two undercover agents who would arrest him as he tried to sell them cocaine. The set up was successful and Towler was arrested and convicted on charges of selling cocaine. In the course of his trial and before his conviction, Towler had expressed his hatred for snitches and the fact that he believed that they should be killed.
Another occasion where MS-13 brutalized an innocent victim was in Boston, Massachusetts. A teen MS member attacked motorist with a machete. Another way they show their power is through putting fear into the people that live on their turf. World’s Most Dangerous Gang explains that every block the gang controls earns income for the gang. Everybody gets taxed, every business must pay MS a protection fee.
On June 17, 1972 there were five burglars arrested inside of the Office of the Democratic National Committee, which is located in the watergate building in Washington D.C. The robbers were caught trying to wiretap phones and steal secret documents. It turns out that the robbers are connected to Nixon’s reelection campaign. They weren’t sure if Nixon was connected to the burglary, but he attempted to cover it up. For example, he raised “hush money” for the burglars, he destroyed evidence, fired uncooperative staff members.
Jones, Joe Palmer, Ralph Fults, and Henry Melvin. The first time Cyde went to Bonnie's house he had gotten arrested. Then once Clyde had got in jail and Bonnie had help and plan Clyde's escape out of prison. Bonnie and Clyde were not only kidnappers and murderers but also robbers. The first killing of the Barrow Gang was a deputy in Dallas, Texas.
The Exclusionary Rule is grounded in the Fourth Amendment and it is intended to protect citizens from police doing illegal searches and collecting evidence. (How the) This means all evidence that was collected is inadmissible. However, this information is important and could help to label a criminal guilty. Criminal convictions have been minimal under this rule and criminals are getting away with more. The Exclusionary Rule only hampers police investigations.
One day me and my friends Tavorus,Cree,Dream,and Romello robbed a jewelry store.Now Tavorus has been in a juvenile home most of his life and just got out 3 months ago.Cree just moved up here from California.His mom sent him here because she couldn’t keep him from out of trouble,so she was hoping his dad could.Now Dream has been in prison for the past 3 years for Attempted Murder,but he beat the case.Romello was an all a student that didn’t get in any trouble,but after his mother died.His mother died in a car wreck on I-75 going to visit his grandmother.Now me i just live a normal 19 year old lifestyle,but i tend to get caught up with the wrong bunch.And what we 're about to do is about to be real messed up.I don 't know why we 're doing this, but lets just say that we 're doing
Power of police to grant bail in case of bailable offence: Any person arrested by police without any order from the Magistrate and without a warrant under the circumstances mentioned in section 41 has to release him on bail if the offence with which he is concerned is a bailable offence. In respect of the offences which are bailable under Schedule I of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the accused in view of section 436, Cr.P.C has the right to be released on bail. Therefore, when any person accused of a bailable offence is arrested or detained without warrant by an officer-in-charge of a police station and is prepared at any time while in the custody of such officer to give bail, such person shall be released on bail. The officer-in-charge of a police station if he thinks fit, may, instead of taking bail from such person, release him on his executing a bond without sureties for his appearance. It is part of his duty to inform the person arrested that he is entitled to be released on bail or to release him on bail without any move by or on behalf of the arrested person.