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  • Mapp v. Ohio
    The Supreme Court's 1961 decision in the case of Mapp v. the State of Ohio was in favor of the petitioner, Dollree Mapp. Mapp was arrested, tried, and convicted for possession of pornographic...

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  • Fourth Amendment
    While it may seem logical to allow the government to have a great deal of leeway in trying to catch suspected terrorists, it would be very dangerous to allow the government to violate the Fourth...

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  • Fourth Amendment
    The right 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...

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  • Criminal Law
    Special needs searches are searches that are done without a warrant, typically by government officials who are not police officers. The Court allows such searches under three conditions: It must...

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  • Criminal Law
    I assume that you are asking about the reasonableness test that was established in Katz v. United States. In that case, the Supreme Court created a two-pronged test to determine whether a person...

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  • Fourth Amendment
    There are three main steps involved in 4th Amendment analyses. First, a court must decide if the 4th Amendment applies in the case at hand. In order to determine this, the court must ask first...

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  • Fourth Amendment
    No, the exclusionary rule is not specifically included in the Fourth Amendment or in any other part of the Constitution. This is one major reason why the exclusionary rule has been so...

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