Two commonly confused concepts in criminal law are reasonable suspicion and probable cause.
Define and evaluate both of these significant legal terms, and utilize pertinent U.S. Supreme Court opinions to justify your answers.
Address what happens in court to a criminal case when an officer does not possess reasonable suspicion or probable cause.
Create a five- to eight-slide PowerPoint explaining the fifth amendment. Additionally, provide 50 to 75 words of explanations for each of your PowerPoint slides in the discussion area.
List the requirements of the fifth amendment with regards to self-incrimination.
Focusing on the right to remain silent and the Miranda decision, define the steps that officers must take to gain incriminating statements admissible into a trial.
Examine what the remedy is for a defendant when a motion to suppress is granted for violation of the fifth amendment.