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    • Criminal Investigations and the Law CHAPTER 16 ARSON, BOMBSAND EXPLOSIVES BOOM!!
    • Arson Fire investigation:-police and/or fire dept-respond quickly-covertly photo crowd-watch flames/smoke-interview firefighters
    • ArsonAdministrative warrants:-govt. agency-civil search premises-cause/origin
    • Arson Affidavit-location-legal description of property-purpose (cause/origin)-area and time-use of building-efforts to secure buildingCoolidge v. New Hampshire (1971):-criminal evidence-valid admin warrant-admissible plain view-establish PC for criminal warrant
    • ArsonFirefighting does not need a warrant-officials remain “reasonable time” w/o warrantMichigan v. Tyler (1978):-fire out-firefighters leave premises-warrant needed to re-enter
    • Arson Warrants:-consent-exigent circumstances-expectation of privacy-evidence under admin if plain view-criminal evidence obtained under admin requires criminal warrant for further search
    • Bombs Explosive incidents:-juvenile/experimentation-military ordinance-EDPs-criminal action-terrorists
    • Bombs Motives:-vandalism-fun-revenge-extortion-protest-outright killing
    • Bombs Dry ice & water Mail box bomb; sugar, water, chlorine 2 liter bottle Car bomb Letter bomb Pipe bomb TATP IED
    • Bombs Investigation:-scene-crater-large/trace evidence-chemical analysis-bomb pieces
    • Bombs What types of forensic evidence can be obtained?-fingerprints-type of materials-type of device
    • Bombs Signature of bomber:-style-MO-motive-victims
    • Bombs How do you develop a suspect? Profile? Identity? Location
    • Bombs International suspects:-Who do you notify?-How do you locate?-How do you arrest?-How do you try suspects?