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Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: His employer noticed the conduct, made copies of the hard drive, and gave the ________ the employee's computer.
Central Intelligence AgencyDefense Intelligence AgencyFederal Bureau of InvestigationNational Security Agency

Question 2: [39] In ________, 462 U.S. 213 (1983), the Supreme Court ruled that the reliability of an informant is to be determined based on the "totality of the circumstances."
Illinois v. GatesLewis F. Powell, Jr.Sandra Day O'ConnorJohn Paul Stevens

Question 3: ________ (1982)
United States v. RossUnited States v. ChadwickJohn Paul StevensArkansas v. Sanders

Question 4: Over the last decade, courts adjudicated whether the government can access evidence of illegal activity stored on ________ without violating the Fourth Amendment.
ComputerDigital electronicsLogic gateIntegrated circuit

Question 5: Typically, a private person can make an arrest when: (1) a misdemeanor amounting to a ________ is being committed; or (2) a felony has been committed, and the arresting citizen has reasonable cause to believe that the person arrested committed it.
IncitementEnglish criminal lawPublic nuisanceRecklessness (law)

Question 6: The amendment specifically also requires search and ________ warrants be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause.
ArrestArrest warrantBailAdversarial system

Question 7: ________ (2004)
John Paul StevensSupreme Court of the United StatesHiibel v. Sixth Judicial District Court of NevadaAntonin Scalia

Question 8: ________ (1976)
John Paul StevensSouth Dakota v. OppermanWarren E. BurgerHarry Blackmun

Question 9: [55] Most border searches may be conducted entirely at random, without any level of suspicion, pursuant to ________ plenary search authority.
U.S. Immigration and Customs EnforcementUnited States Secret ServiceUnited States Coast GuardU.S. Customs and Border Protection

Question 10: Of course, when a person is ________ and taken into police custody, they have been seized (e.g., a reasonable person who is handcuffed and placed in the back of a police car would not think they were free to leave).
Arrest warrantBailArrestAdversarial system
















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