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The law of investigative detention

Alec Fiszauf

The law of investigative detention

by Alec Fiszauf

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Published by LexisNexis in Markham, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Detention of persons -- Canada,
  • Criminal investigation -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAlec Fiszauf.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKE9265 .F57 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 227 p. ;
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23229133M
    ISBN 100433457333
    ISBN 109780433457336
    LC Control Number2008472776

    “Investigative detention” defined: An investigative detention is a temporary seizure of a suspect for the purpose of determining: (1) if there is probable cause to arrest, The information on this Criminal Defense Attorneys & Lawyers / Law Firm website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this or associated pages. ters offederal constitutional law; as a result, such issues have been inad-equately addressed in terms of their relevance to state policy and law. This article considers the major aspects of nonarrest detention law that might usefully be addressed both as federal constitutional problems and as matters of legitimate local law concern.

      Investigative Detention or Custody – Why Does it Matter? Posted in General on Janu By Jason Dunkle on G+. In a prior blog, I discussed interactions between police and citizens, noted the distinction between a mere encounter and an investigative detention, and used typical Penn State Underage Drinking investigations at a Penn State tailgate as examples of both.   In her latest investigative tour-de-force, New York Times best-selling author Michelle Malkin sets the historical record straight-and debunks radical ethnic alarmists who distort history to undermine common-sense, national security profiling. The need for this myth-shattering book is s:

    While the law facially allows prosecution for mere gross negligence, in reality it does seem to require some degree of intent. The other law that often forms the basis of leak prosecutions is the general theft statute at 18 U.S.C. § This provision makes it a crime to steal, sell, or convey “any record, voucher, money, or thing of value. The Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program is a report compiled by the bipartisan United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) about the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)'s Detention and Interrogation Program and its use of torture during interrogation in U.S. government communiqués on detainees in CIA custody.


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This book, unlike any other criminal law textbook, provides a comprehensive legal analysis of the doctrine, covering every significant aspect, from the types of investigative detention, to the ways in which it can be challenged (or upheld). "A careful and authoritative account of the controversial practice of investigative detention as a tool for responding to terrorism in a post-September 11th world.

Informed by an impressive knowledge of American, British, and French law, Stigall's book reflects a distinctive comparative perspective.5/5(3). Chapter 1: Investigative Detention Introduction --History, Development and Critiques of the Investigative Detention Doctrine Types of Detention Motor Vehicle Stops Case Law --The Common Law Detention Criteria Considered Charter Rights in Investigative Detention --Sections 7, 8, 9, 10(a) and 10(b) Search and.

Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Detention of persons -- Canada. Criminal investigation -- Canada. Criminal investigation. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items.

This book analyses the preventative confinement of suspected terrorists with regard The law of investigative detention book different models of counter-terrorism policy within the context of international human rights law. The book is written from a global perspective drawing on cases and practice from different jurisdictions including the.

An investigative detention is a forcible seizure, governed by the "reasonableness" standard of the Fourth Amendment.

The level of force used to effect an investigative stop must be tailored to the facts and circumstances confronting law enforcement officers at. e. Handcuffing during investigative detention.

Troopers often find themselves involved in investigative detention situations that raise their level of awareness and alert them to particular officer safety issues. These situations can sometimes dictate the necessity to temporarily restrain a subject, even though arrest may not be imminent.

State v. See also: Investigative Detention. There is a common law power to search incident to detention where "the officer believe[s] on reasonable grounds that his or her own safety, or the safety of others, is at risk." If the search goes beyond the purpose of officer safety and becomes investigative then a lawful search can become unlawful.

The common law power of investigative detention was developed incrementally and recognized by the Supreme Court of Canada in R v Mann, SCC This case involved two police officers who, while responding to a break and enter, encountered an individual who matched the description of the offender.

Kevin: Getting back to investigatory detentions, before an investigative detention, an officer has to have reasonable suspicion that a crime took place or that a traffic violation occurred. Once the officer has reasonable suspicion, then he or she can stop the motor vehicle. The officer can initiate the investigation by asking for documentation and questions concerning alcohol consumption or.

(2) Whenever any law enforcement officer of this state encounters any person under circumstances which reasonably indicate that such person has committed, is committing, or is about to commit a violation of the criminal laws of this state or the criminal ordinances of any municipality or county, the officer may temporarily detain such person for the purpose of ascertaining the identity of the.

To illustrate the confusion in this area of law, look at the following list of facts and try to guess whether the court held the intrusion to be an investigative detention or an arrest: 1 - One officer approaching the driver's side of a vehicle with a rifle, while another officer approached the passenger's side of the vehicle with a gun in hand.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. (f) Any state or local law enforcement authority held by a VA Police officer will not be exercised during scheduled tours of duty.

(5) A holding room will be established for the short term detention of subjects in custody. The design and furnishing of the holding room will be in accordance with the most current VA.

A lawful detention is not arbitrary within the meaning of section 9 (Mann, supra at paragraph 20), “unless the law authorizing the detention is itself arbitrary” (Grant, supra at paragraph 54). Both statute law and common law are subject to Charter scrutiny (R. Clayton, [] 2 S.C.R. at paragraph 21).

Investigative Detentions The Basics “Investigative detention” defined: An investigative detention is a temporary seizure of a suspect for the purpose of determining, (1) whether there is probable cause to arrest him, (2) whether further investigation is necessary, or.

A Terry stop in the United States allows the police to briefly detain a person based on reasonable suspicion of involvement in criminal activity. Reasonable suspicion is a lower standard than probable cause which is needed for police stop and search a pedestrian, this is commonly known as a stop and police stop an automobile, this is known as a traffic stop.

Colombia’s supreme court has ordered the detention of the hardline former president Álvaro Uribe amid an investigation into allegations of witness tampering and fraud in relation to crimes. LEOKA’s Latest Preliminary Statistics As of 08/10/ Thirty-one law enforcement officers have been reported feloniously killed in During the previous year for the same time period, An investigative detention is a stop by police officers for the purpose of asking questions.

If an average reasonable person under similar circumstances would expect to be allowed to continue on his way after a short time, the stop is merely an investigative detention. Investigative detention is best described as: Temporary restraint of a person's freedom to walk away from the police when they are suspected of criminal activity.

Investigative detention would be classified as a ______ and a protective search (Frisk) would be classified as a ______.Chapter 5 • Human Rights and Arrest, Pre-Trial and Administrative Detention 1See e.g.

UN doc. E/CN.4//63, Report of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention. 2UN doc. E/CN.4// 40, Report of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, para. In the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails, for example, Clinton’s FBI interview was the last step in the investigation before it was closed—and then reopened months later.

But even if new predication were somehow required, the content of Flynn’s calls, along with his apparent lies to Pence, provided a sufficient factual basis for.