Without looking it up, do you know what rights you have under the 4th Amendment?
Care to take a guess if you don't know for sure?
The Fourth Amendment protects against illegal searches and seizures. It requires either a warrant or probable cause.
I'll try to get as close to verbatim as I can without Google. It affords the people the right to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects from unreasonable search and seizure. No warrant shall be issued but upon probable cause and must describe the place to be searched and what is expected to be found.
by Justin Earick 4 years ago
And what makes some believe that they can take down most well-funded and -armed military in the world with shotguns and assault rifles?
by ptosis 16 months ago
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by Mahsa S 2 years ago
Should it be legal for police to search automobiles without a warrant?
by retired2 8 years ago
Just starting in the Security filed could anyone tell me, I have been told that the 4th Amendment has alot to do with a Security Officer and his job. I know the 4th Amendment and have read it but how does it pertain to security guards. Thanks Retired2
by Bema Self 6 years ago
Without looking up the word, what does the word "Sorbile" make you think about?Without looking up the word in the dictionary, what is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word "Sorbile"? An image? A word? Whats the first thing that pops into your head?
by Paul Wingert 6 years ago
I crossed into Iowa from Illinois last week on Interstate 80 and I was confronted with orange signs posted by the sheriff department (I think it was the Sherriff or higway patrol) stating they were searching for drugs and vehicles are subject to search and be prepared to stop. When a cop pulls you...
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