*Define “Probable Cause” and compare that standard of probable cause against the following statements of degree of certainty: absolutely positive; pretty sure; good possibility; beyond a reasonable doubt; reasonable suspicion; preponderance of the evidence; reasonable probability; strong belief; convinced.
*Give an example of a strong indication of probable cause to arrest that is arrived at through each of the five senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
*(Chapter 4) – Law enforcement officers have a search warrant to search a house for heroin and to search the person of the house owners’ eighteen-year-old daughter. When the officers arrive at the house to execute the warrant, the following persons are present:
a. the owners;
b. their eighteen-year-old daughter;
c. their fifteen-year-old son, who appears extremely nervous;
d. the daughter’s boyfriend, whom the officers recognize as a local gang member who is known to carry a knife; and
e. an unidentified elderly couple.
To what extent may the officers search or detain each person present?
MUST BE FREE OF PLAGIARISM AND ANSWERS MUST BE IN DETAIL AND A PRARAGRAPH OR TWO .