Please see the below questions that I would like to have answered. 1200+ word count/ 3 scholarly sources one sources per paper. **NO PLAGIARISM WHATSOEVER**
1. Should the exclusionary rule apply in terrorism prosecutions? What about the threat of future attacks that could only be ascertained by interrogating suspects or seizing their property? Is an administrative system that must wait for warrants to be issued and determinations to be made on the basis of reasonable suspicion a practical one?
2. Actions taken while a law enforcement official is acting as a “community caretaker” are not subject to Fourth Amendment restrictions. When does the community caretaker role of such an official end and the law enforcement role begin? What happens if a firefighter enters to fight a chemical fire (community caretaker function) and it turns out that the fire was lit intentionally and is thus a commission of a criminal act – do Fourth Amendment protections begin applying in this scenario? If so, when and what kinds of evidence would not be subject to the exclusionary rule?
3. There is no warrant required to search individuals or property when there are grounds to believe that the search would turn up items being searched for (i.e. a standard of suspicion). Should a standard of plain “suspicion” be the standard at the border? Why or why not? What are the policy priorities at the border that would encourage such a broad standard?