A Wrongful Search and Detention


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Essay #: 064613
Total text length is 10,575 characters (approximately 7.3 pages).

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The beginning:
A Wrongful Search and Detention
The following paper explores a situation that might a matter of wrongful search and detention – though I do not believe this was the case. In the ensuing pages, I will outline the details of the search and I will cite the legal precedent that gives me, as a peace officer, the right to do the things I did in this situation. While I would use somewhat different language the next time, I fundamentally believe that I had reasonable grounds and that the search was a valid one that apprehended two potentially dangerous felons.
In the synopsis below, we have a situation in which we pulled over an individual (two individuals, actually) who were suspected of selling drugs in another city; it is possible they were...
The end:
.....ld submit that my partner should not have uttered her concerns before the occupants in this way because it did complicate the situation unnecessarily and provocatively.
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Human rights & Constitutional Rights. (2008). Canada, R. v. Jacques (1996) 3. S.C.R., 312. Retrieved November 25, 2010 from http://www.hrcr.org/safrica/privacy/r_jacques.html
Student Legal Services of Edmonton. (2010). Possession of Controlled Drugs and Substances. Retrieved November 25, 2010 from http://www.slsedmonton.com/criminal/drug-possesion/