You will have 24 topics, each topic will require 2 pages and you must write about that topic. Again these are Arizona State Statues. A.R.S. 13-3893, Right to Break a Door or Window to Effect Release: When an officer or private person has entered a building in accordance with the provisions of section 13-3891 or 13-3892, he may break open a door or window of the building, if detained therein, when necessary for the purpose of liberating himself. A.R.S. 13-3894, Right to Break into Building in Order to Effect Release of Person Making Arrest Detained Therein: A peace officer or a private person may break open a door or window of any building when necessary for the purpose of liberating a person who entered the building in accordance with the provisions of section 13-3891 or 13-3892 and is detained therein. A.R.S. 13-3895, Weapons to be Taken from Person Arrested: Any person making a lawful arrest may take from the person arrested all weapons which he may have about his person and shall deliver them to the magistrate before whom he is taken. A.R.S. 13-3896, Arrest After Escape or Rescue; Method of Recapture: A. If a person lawfully arrested escapes or is rescued, the person from whose custody he escaped or was rescued may immediately pursue and retake him without a warrant at any time and in any place within the state. B. To retake the person escaping or rescued the person from whose custody he escaped who is lawfully pursuing may use the same means as are authorized for an arrest. A.R.S. 13-3900, Duty of Private Person After Making Arrest (Call the Police): A private person who has made an arrest shall without unnecessary delay take the person arrested before the nearest or most accessible magistrate in the county in which the arrest was made, or deliver him to a peace officer, who shall without unnecessary delay take him before such magistrate. The private person or officer so taking the person arrested before the magistrate shall make before the magistrate a complaint, which shall set forth the facts showing the offense for which the person was arrested. If, however, the officer cannot make the complaint, the private person who delivered the person arrested to the officer shall accompany the officer before the magistrate and shall make to the magistrate the complaint against the person arrested. 2) Unlawful Search and Seizure, A.R.S. 13-3925 (Briefly Discuss): A. Any evidence that is seized pursuant to a search warrant shall not be suppressed as a result of a violation of this chapter except as required by the United States Constitution and the constitution of this state. B. If a party in a criminal proceeding seeks to exclude evidence from the trier of fact because of the conduct of a peace officer in obtaining the evidence, the proponent of the evidence may urge that the peace officer’s conduct was taken in a reasonable, good faith belief that the conduct was proper and that the evidence discovered should not be kept from the trier of fact if otherwise admissible. C. The trial court shall not suppress evidence that is otherwise admissible in a criminal proceeding if the court determines that the evidence was seized by a peace officer as a result of a good faith mistake or technical violation.