ASSIGNMENT 2The Influence of Case Law on the Law of Police Criminal Procedure.The importance

The Influence of Case Law on the Law of Police Criminal Procedure.The importance of this exercise is to find that the principles found in the case law we have studied on the use of force will be present in the Texas law and application of those principles to a case scenario.INSTRUCTIONS:PART 1 Texas Law1.  Look up this law: Texas Penal Code Chapter 9, Subchpater E, Section 9.51 Arrest and Seizure2.  Read the entire section 9.513.  QUESTION TO BE ANSWERED:  Which case law(s) principles and 4th Amendment provisions are present in this law?You are to recognize the concepts present in the law.  You will find that some of the actual words used in the Texas law are the same as those found in the case law and parts of the 4th Amendment that apply.  Minimum 150 WordsPART 2: A Case Scenario1.  Read the case scenario below.  [Taken from US Supreme Court  case Zackary C. Brown v. State of Texas (1979)]2.  QUESTION TO BE ANSWERED:  Identify and explain which US Supreme Court case applies to this scenario.  You are to statse the name of the case – the principle and requirement found in that case – and how it applies tot he fact of this scenario.SCENARIO FOR PART 2Two police officers, while cruising near noon in a patrol car, observed appellant and another man walking away from one another in an alley in an area with a high incidence of drug traffic. They stopped and asked aZackary Brown to identify himself and explain what he was doing. One officer testified that he stopped appellant because the situation “looked suspicious and we had never seen that subject in that area before.” The officers did not claim to suspect of any specific misconduct, nor did they have any reason to believe that he was armed. When Zackary refused to identify himself, he was arrested for violation of a Texas statute which makes it a criminal act for a person to refuse to give his name and address to an officer “who has lawfully stopped him and requested the information.” Prior to trial, Zackary’s motioned to set aside the charges, claiming that they were iunconstitutional on the ground that the statute violated the First, Fourth, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments.  His motion was denied and he was convicted and fined. Zackary Brown appealled his conviction to the US Supreme Court.(The Texas Statute referenced in this scenario is Texas Penal Code Chapter 38 Section 38.02 Failure to Identify.)Minimum 150 WordsCite online Sources in APA formatTwo (2) Attempts allowed25 PointsInstructor comments will be posted in Announcements after grading is complete.