Proper execution of an anticipatory search warrant is dependent upon: a triggering condition. Reasonable suspicion. Reasonable suspicion and a triggering condition. Witness testimony and reasonable suspicion. For Fourth Amendment purposes, a seizure of property occurs whenever there is a(n) a. Invasion of a constitutionally protected area. 3. A. 4. Interference with a person’s possessors interests in that property. Interference with a person’s reasonable expectation of privacy. Infringement on a person’s house, papers, and effects.

What were all-purpose warrants referred to in early colonial America? General warrants Star chamber warrants Writs of assistance Writs of mandamus A general warrant is characterized by which of the following? Lack of specificity in the description of the place to be searched. 5. Directed to a specific officer or department. Signed by the clerk of the court rather than a magistrate. Used only against smugglers. Which of the following is a violation of the truthfulness requirement that officers are bound to follow when applying for a warrant? A. Intentionally or knowingly making false statements.

Intentionally or knowingly making false statements; knowingly or uselessly omitting material information from a warrant application; or swearing to information with reckless disregard for the truth. Swearing to information with reckless disregard for the truth or intentionally or knowingly making false statements. Knowingly or recklessly omitting material information from a warrant application. 6. To qualify to issue a warrant, the judicial officer must be a. Attached. Neural and 7. Neutered and detached. Neutral and semi-detached. Neutral and detached.

Which of the following is deemed not sufficiently neutral and detached to issue warrants? Justice of the peace Clerk of the court State attorney general d. Magistrate Chapter 5 concerns the use of scientific methods toward the preservation, collection, and interpretation of digital evidence from digital sources. Forensic computer information systems Computer forensics Electronic forensics Computer science Which of the following is not part of the appropriate process for gathering and analyzing Electronically Stored Information (SSI) following the issuance of a warrant? . Law enforcement officers need to enter the place(s) housing the devices on which data are stored. B. Law enforcement officers search the premises and seize the devices on which data may be stored. C. Law enforcement officers examine the seized devices for the data described in a warrant. D. The devices seized by law enforcement are examined by forensic computer specialists for data described in a warrant. 3. The term is used to describe tools for hiding, destroying, or counterfeiting the information relied on by digital forensics experts. Anti-forensics counter forensics computer forensics computer sciences 4. Which of the following is not a limitation that some courts impose on applications for search warrants for electronically stored information? Limitations during the physical search and seizure phase limitations on how forensic evidence can be used in court time limitations on forensic examination phase limitations on how forensic examination may be conducted In Berger v. New York (1967) the issue was the constitutionality of a New York statute that authorized electronic surveillance pursuant to a judicial warrant.

In the case, the Court: validated the law because the government had probable cause and the intrusion was reasonably related to what the government official was looking or b. Validated the law because it properly limited the nature, scope, or duration Of the electronic surveillance invalidated the law because the government did not establish probable cause invalidated the law because it failed to properly limit the nature, scope, or duration of the electronic surveillance 6.

A transfer containing the human voice at any point between and including the point of origin and the point of reception is called aural transfer electronic communication intercept oral communication allows for interception of a particular suspect’s miscommunication wherever they are made, dispensing with the normal requirement that interceptions be limited to a fixed location. Geographical wiretap roving wiretap non-specific wiretap roaming wiretap Chapter 6 is a routine inspection of a home or business by governmental authorities responsible for determining compliance with various statutes and regulations. Reach warrant administrative search Barlow search probable cause search 2. A search ordinarily must be based on individualized suspicion of wrongdoing. However, particularize exceptions to the main rule are moieties warranted based on special needs, beyond the normal need for law enforcement. Which of the following terms best describe this exception? Ortega search special needs doctrine 3. Which of the following is true about the U. S.

Supreme Court case concerning Customs Service regulations requiring employees seeking transfers or promotions to certain positions within the service to submit to urinalysis testing? A. The Court upheld the policy of the Customs Service. B. The Court upheld the policy of the Customs Service, but only under certain narrowly tailored circumstances. C. The Court ruled that the regulations were unconstitutional. D. The Court upheld the policy of the Customs Service, but only if the employee signed a consent form. . Law enforcement has the authority to hold established roadside sobriety checkpoints: only in instances Of particularize suspicion. Without a warrant or particularize suspicion. Only if a warrant has been issued. Without a warrant, only if there is particularize suspicion. 5. Which of the following is a true statement about the privacy and property rights Of students while on school grounds? Students have no Fourth Amendment protection. Students have no expectation of privacy while on school property.

Students have the full protection of the Fourth Amendment on school grounds. D. Searches and seizures must be based on reasonable grounds. 6. Determining the reasonableness of any search involves an inquiry as to whether the search was conducted reasonably related to the scope surrounding the circumstances that justified the interference and whether the action was justified at its inception. If the warrant was valid on its face. If the person was cooperative during the interference. If a physical arrest was made in the process.