Identify two (2) situations where a police officer may stop and question individuals based on their visual behavior,
From the e-Activity, identify the key aspects of the Fourth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution and analyze the manner to which it pertains to the average American citizen in respect to search and seizure. Provide a rationale for your response. e-Activity Use the Internet or the library to research articles on the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and take notes on the specific rights that relate to search and seizure. Identify two (2) situations where a police officer may stop and question individuals based on their visual behavior, which is also known as a patdown. Next, give your opinion as to whether or not the reasons why the police patdown the individuals are valid in the situations you identified. Provide a rationale for your response. Excellent so far with your crime scene. Please review the crime scene and help us solve the case. We notice beer bottles, medicine, missing green marker, dead body, shoe in the door, flies. What do you think we have, what are we investigating? You are still on scene. How do we get the body removed? What should we be looking for when we flip the body, who should you wait for before you flip the body? Remember, Crime Scene is the guy taking the photos, he is already there. What should we take into evidence?