Fourth Amendment Bill Of Rights To People Summary

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Write a 350- to 700-word executive summary in which you define and explain the common law background of the Fourth Amendment. In other words, where did the Fourth Amendment, and the concept behind it, come from? Where did the Founders of our country get the idea?

Format your executive summary consistent with APA guidelines.

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School: Purdue University

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Running head: FOURTH AMENDMENT

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Fourth Amendment
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FOURTH AMENDMENT

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The Fourth Amendment, which advocates for a right against unreasonable searches or
seizures, dates back to the 17th century. The amendment is a part of the bill of rights, and it
prohibits the police from engaging in unreasonable searches of individuals and seizure of
property, unless they have observed one engage in questionable behavior or have seen the
individual commit a crime.
The bill grew out of colonies’ experiences. The founders believed in freedom from
intrusion, thus protecting natural right...

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