A 19-year-old student Sally hasbeen arrested by the police for possession of a small amount of marijuana while driving home from a college party. Assume that the police officer had probable cause to stop Sallyfor drunk driving. During the search of Sallyspockets incident to herarrest the police find an unregistered handgun a bag of prescription drugs issued to a woman named Judy OHeary aged 74 and $5 000 in cash in her car. When the police confronts herwith these items shesays I need those pills because of my back pain. And I have no idea where that gun came from. The police officer then asks herwhy you need more than 350 tablets of painkillers and shestates You have no idea how bad my back hurts. Based on herstatements about the pills the police charge herwith intent to sell and distribute prescription drugs. Attrial herattorney makes a motion to suppress the admission of thestatements arguing in relevant part that shemade the statement without being given herMiranda rights. In response the police argue that shemade statements voluntarily and not under duress. Discussion Assignment: The class is broken into 4 different roles. 1. If your last name starts with A “ F you will answeras the defense attorney. 2. If your last name starts with G “ L you will answeras prosecutor. 3. If your last name starts with M “ R then you will answer by stating your decision as the judge. 4. If your last name starts with S “ Z then you will answer as the law enforcement agent. How do you think that the judge will rule on thismotion to suppress? Does it matter that shewasalready under arrest at the time of herstatements? Please use your acting skills and stay in your role as you answer these questions. Be sure to provide detailed answers based on the facts and supported by the current case law. Have fun! Please note that your answers have nothing to do with your personal feelings thoughts or experiences with these issues. Your answers are to be based purely on the law specifically precedent set by case law. Reviewing the Week 6 Content will be very helpful to you in finding relevant case law.