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The one of the most important thing that we have to keep us safe form the govenerment is the bill of rights No one wants the government to be able to take advantage of his or her power The bill of rights is the rights that are given to an individual that gets in trouble with the law In 1791 the first ten amendments were ratified in the Constitution Most people today have an idea about what the bill of rights are but they dont have an understanding The 4th amendment is called search and seizure amendment The US Supreme Court has interpreted the 4th Amendment about search and seizure I think that the US Supreme Court has interpreted parts of the 4th amendment correctly but parts of it are out of date for the 21-century The US Constitution has been changes and interpreted over the years The 4th Amendment states The rights of the people to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated and no Warrants shall issue but upon probable cause supported by Oath or affirmation and particularly describing the place to be searched and the person or things to be seized The 4th Amendment has many guidelines that most American doesnt know about There are questions just to find out if the 4th Amendment applies Did a search or seizure occurs Is a governmental conduct involved The last question is can the defendant show a reasonable expectation of privacy For the 4th Amendment to apply there need to answer yes to the three questions I belilive that the questions are an important part of the 4th Amendment First thing a person needs to know if a search or a seizure have occurred The Supmre Court as an examination or exploration a person expectation of privacy subjective and objective has defined a search The main reason is to discover things that
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