The 4th Amendment A.W.A

The 4th Amendment A.W.A

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  • This is the State Police! Open Up This Instant!
  • No!! Do You Have A Warrant!!
  • Put Your Hands Were We Can See Them!
  • We Are Entering Your Home!
  • How Dare You?!! I'm Calling My Lawyer!!
  • Court is now in session! Case Weeks v. United States.  Defendant Entered Accusers Home Without A Warrant And Took Papers Proving His Doing.
  • He Entered My Home Using My "In Case Of Emergency"  Key, Without A Warrant And Took My Some Of My Belongings.
  • Is It True That You Went Into This Man's House Without A Warrant? And Using A Key That Didn't Belong To You?
  • That Still Doesn't Give You The Right To Enter MY House Without A Warrant 
  • Yes I Did, But Only Because This Man Has Been Sending Lottery Tickets In The Mail.
  • OK, Enough! You Are Proven Guilty And Broke The Fourth Amendment, Where A Person Has The Rights To Protect Their Privacy!! But Weeks, You Are Also Found Guilty For Sending Illegal Lottery Tickets Through The Mail 
  • The Fourth Amendment Enforces The Notion That "Each Man's Home Is His Castle". That Means That They Are Secured From Unreasonable Searches And Seizures.
  • It Was Added To The Bill Of Rights, Which Ratified On December 15, 1791. The People Now Have The Right To Protect Their Home, Privacy, And Their Self, From The Government.
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