In your reading this week, your textbook discusses Whren v. United States, concerning the legality of what has been termed a “pretext arrest”. Explain what a pretext arrest is. After reviewing the case, discuss whether you believe that an officer’s “subjective intentions” should not be considered in evaluating the “reasonableness” of an arrest and search. Finally, create a factual scenario involving a “pretext arrest” which you believe would be constitutional according to the ruling in the Whren case.
As in all of your main discussion posts, be sure to support your comments with at least one APA formatted reference, adding citations to your discussion where appropriate. In this question, be sure to add the case, using the citation for it in the textbook as well.
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