Riminal Procedure State v. Randolph: The Tennessee Supreme Court sheds new light on seizures

Response Paper #1
Criminal Procedure

For this paper, please read Criminal Procedure a State v. Randolph: The Tennessee Supreme Court sheds new light on seizures. Heilig, B.A. The University of Memphis Law Review; Spring 2003, 33, 3. After you have read this paper please respond to the following questions.

1. What are the differences between the decisions in California v. Hodari, 499 U.S. 621 and U.S. v. Mendenhall, 446 U.S. 544 (1980) that are focused on in the paper?
2. If you are a police officer in a state that has not specifically spoken on which approach they subscribe to, how does this affect your decision making and your ability to do your job?
3. What implications would both approaches have (if any) on a perpetrator who may have some form of mental illness?
4. On the last page of the article, the author describes the court balancing the interests between a?a citizenas right to be free from arbitrary invasions versus societyas need for effective law enforcement.a? (p. 753) As a forensic mental health professional, describe your opinion of this balancing and whether these approaches do indeed balance these interests.

The paper is to be formatted according to APA formatting. There is no specified page limit however it is expected that the 4 questions will be thoroughly addressed.
Make sure that you double check grammer, proper punctuation, reference page done correctly, citations are correct and strictly adhere to the APA format. Refer to