Scenario: You are a detective assigned to work a robbery detail with your partner. You receive a tip from a known and credible informant that a witness to an armed robbery is hiding in a house in an area of town that is well known to be a haven for drug and arms dealers. You check your department’s criminal intelligence files and find that the witness was a suspect in an aggravated assault case that happened five years earlier, but no charges were filed due to insufficient evidence. The file also contains a photograph of the witness. Your partner and you drive by the house several times over the next few days, and there is no sign of the witness. You check with your informant and learn that the suspect is hiding in a room above the garage that has a separate entrance. You are getting pressure from your captain to make a decision because of other more important cases. Your partner and you decide to follow the lead. While you and your partner are walking up the stairs to the room, the door opens; it’s the witness you wanted to talk you. You identify yourself; subsequently, the witness invites your partner and you into the room. As you are talking to the witness, you look around and observe what you believe to be a small amount of cocaine on an end table. You immediately handcuff the witness and direct him to sit on the floor while you look around a little more as your partner goes into an adjacent bathroom. You do not find any other substances that appear to be illegal drugs, but your partner comes out from the bathroom a few minutes later carrying two fully automatic AK-47s. You arrest the person for possession of cocaine and illegal weapons. Legal Issue: Was the arrest legal or illegal? Provide a list of references, and the analysis to support your conclusion. PART TWO: After reading the following summary of the Part-One scenario and its additional facts, respond to the legal issues involved. Scenario Summary: The facts leading up to your encounter with the witness from Part One are the same. To summarize, you are a detective assigned to work a robbery detail with your partner. You receive a tip from a known and credible informant that a witness to an armed robbery is hiding in a house in an area of town that is well known to be a haven for drug and arms dealers. Additional Facts: You call for a patrol vehicle to transport the suspect to your office for questioning later. While you are waiting for the patrol to show up, your partner decides to search the house for other weapons. During the search your partner moves a couch and discovers a large cache of child pornography items such as photographs and address books hidden inside one of the couch cushions. No additional weapons or drugs are found. You and your partner return to the station and arrest the suspect, adding the offense of possession of child pornography material. Legal Issue #1: Was the arrest and the additional charge of possession of child pornography proper or improper? Provide a list of references, and the analysis to support your conclusion. Legal Issue #2: Was the search proper or improper? Provide a list of references, and the analysis to support your conclusion.