Fourth Amendment

Fourth Amendment

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  • The Supreme Court found out that the police conducted an illegal search and seizure. This was the first step in the  movement of the fourth  amendment. 
  • 1914 weeks vs US
  • States are bound by the fourth amendment and citizens are protected  from unreasonable searches and seizures. 
  • 1949  Wolf vs Colorado
  • The exclusionary rule is applied to the states, and evidence obtained in an illegal search and seizure is not permissible in court.
  • 1961 Mapp vs Ohio
  • In this case it is ruled that the constitution gives a zone of privacy. This was when a general right to privacy was recognized.   
  • 1965 Griswald vs Connecticut 
  • Individuals enjoy a general right to be free from government   involvement in their private affairs.   This helped establish that people have a reasonable expectation of privacy.
  • 1967 Katz vs. US
  • prison guards enjoyed a right to privacy in their residences, even if the prison owned their housing.
  • 1982 Engblom vs Carey
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