Court Cases Involving Constitutional Policing ************** CRJ 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice Dr. Michael PozesnyMarch 27 2018 CASE 1: MAPP v. OHIO. The main issue involved in the case The police had suspected that in the house of the appellant under information someone was hiding in the house that was needed for questioning in regards to a recent bombing and also there was a lot of police equipment in the house. When the officers arrived at the house Miss Mapp refused to open but hours later the police found a way into the house. They took some photos which she was holding and that was the basis of the case. Previous laws the court used to come to its ultimate conclusion The court applied a previous case of the state against the appellant Miss Mapp that in court a year ago. She United States covers the physical possession or forfeiture but not any benefit that the Government should gain over the object seized in its pursuit by doing the forbidden act. It was wrong for the government to produce evidence that was acquired unlawfully in a court as evidence. Identify the conclusion and restate the issue to provide the final answer. The court concluded the judgment done was not constitutionally right. The rights of a company against any unlawful search and seizure of property are to be protected by the state even if the same result might have been achieved lawfully. The Judgment was reversed. References Berardinelli James. City Lights (the United States 1931). Reelviews. Web. February 15 2018. Chaplin Charles and Carl Davis. City lights. Warner Home Video 1931. Hall Mordaunt. Chaplin Hilarious in His ‘City Lights.’ The New York Times 7 Feb. 1931 [...]
APA 3 to 4 double-spaced pages For each court case, address the following: Explain the main issue or question involved in the case. Explain the precedent or laws the court used in order to come to its ultimate conclusion. Explain how the court applied the law to the facts of the case. Identify the conclusion and restate the issue to provide the final answer.