Confessions: Ethical Dilemmas Read the scenario provided below.

Confessions: Ethical Dilemmas Read the scenario provided below.

Author: Minnie Fisher


Confessions: Ethical DilemmasRead the scenario provided below. After reading the scenario, you will prepare aresponse through the views of three critical lenses. The first critical lens will befrom the perspective of a law enforcement personnel. The second critical lens willbe from the view of a member of a neighborhood association. The third criticallens will be from the view of a close relative to the suspect. From each criticallens, you are to answer the following questions and provide justification for youranswers:1. Can any aspect of the scenario be classified as hearsay?2. Do any hearsay exemptions or exceptions apply?3. Did the suspect provide a confession?4. Was the confession given freely and voluntarily?5. Was the Miranda rule correctly applied?6. Are there any exceptions to the Miranda warning requirement that applies?7. Would the confession be admissible at trial?You will also need to provide a summarization paragraph in which you willdiscuss which lens was the most difficult to answer the questions from and why.In this paragraph, you will also identify any aspect of the scenario to whichinformation shared in the textbook could not be applied.Each section of your case study must be clearly labeled using the followingsection headings:Lens 1: Law EnforcementLens 2: Neighborhood AssociationLens 3: Suspect’s RelativeSummaryEach section should be a minimum of 100 words. Your entire case study shouldbe at least three pages.Be sure to cite, in APA format, any source used to influence your response.Therefore, your reference list should include a citation of the textbook, as you arerequired to apply the concepts discussed in the textbook to the scenario.Scenario: The following information was relayed during an evening newsbroadcast. Law enforcement officers arrived to the scene of an alleged robberyduring a community festival. The festival was held in the historic district of thecommunity and was hosted by the historic district’s neighborhood association.The festival incorporated numerous activities that fully engaged participants inarts and crafts, use of technology, sampling of various food items, and thehandling of various wares. The festival provided a variety of activities, so itattracted attendees from throughout the world. Thus, the festival was usually fullof nonstop activity from the time it began in the morning until it ended in theevening.When the policemen arrived on scene, the festival appeared to have stopped. Peoplewere standing around in small clusters and watching a group of suspects that hadbeen forced to sit down in the middle of a stage that was previously used forperforming music groups. The festival security informed law enforcement that security

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