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Criminal Justice in Canada Study Set 1

Criminal Justice

Quiz 7 :
The Police and the Law

Quiz 7 :
The Police and the Law

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What model did the minority of the Supreme Court of Canada follow in their final decision in R. v. Feeney?
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B

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Which of the following factors did Mr. Justice Sopinka and the majority of justices NOT highlight in the R. v. Feeney decision?
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D

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What was the verdict in the second trial of Mr. Feeney?
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D

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What bill did Parliament pass allowing a police officer to enter a residence or other dwelling to make an arrest without a warrant if exigent circumstances exist?
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Which case involved the police entering an apartment without a warrant after receiving a 911 call?
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Why is discretion a crucial component of policing?
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What section of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a remedy for cases involving the police use of discretion in an "improper or arbitrary" manner?
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Which of the following is NOT a legal factor that can be involved in a police decision to arrest someone?
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Which factor will make it more likely that a police officer will arrest someone?
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A police officer is speaking with a suspect to a crime. The suspect is extremely disrespectful to the officer, which means the suspect is highly likely to be arrested. This scenario exemplifies which category of decisions to arrest?
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Even where there is less than reasonable grounds to believe an offence has been committed, the police can still conduct certain steps. Which of the following is NOT allowed to be conducted by the police?
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Which activity involves the police power to restrain individuals, depriving them of their liberty?
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Once a suspect is identified, the police have to go to a justice of the peace. Which term describes this process?
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Police officer Punja has spent many days investigating and questioning people about a crime that was committed in her district. She finally identifies the suspect and has the justice of the peace lay an information first against the person. What is the next step in the process?
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What is the appropriate standard of proof for a police officer receiving a search warrant?
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When can the police arrest someone without a warrant?
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A police officer's power to arrest without a warrant is restricted by s. 495(2) of the Criminal Code. This section of the Criminal Code states that no arrest shall occur in which of the following circumstances?
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What term is defined as the intrusion of a government representative into an individual's privacy?
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What term is defined as the exercise of control by a government representative over an individual and/or item?
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What section of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms is breached when an unreasonable search occurs?
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