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    Policing and Individual Rights

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    1. Do you agree that for police action to be "just," it must recognize the rights of individuals while holding them accountable to the social obligations defined by law? Support your position.

    2. Have the courts provided adequate protection to citizens against overzealous police officers? In which areas of search and seizure and interrogation law do you think the courts have not gone far enough? In which areas do you think the courts have gone too far? Support your answers.

    Please include references. Thank you.

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    Solution Summary

    This solution debates and supports the position for the question: Do you agree that for police action to be "just," it must recognize the rights of individuals while holding them accountable to the social obligations defined by law? It also discusses if the courts provide adequate protection to citizens against overzealous police officers. As well, it discusses which areas of search and seizure and interrogation law that the courts have not gone far enough and/or have gone too far. References and links for further research are also provided.

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