2.04 do research to support my essay

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Time for Research

Now it’s time to apply the research process and expand the research you started in the last lesson. The notes will provide some structure to help you get started. Attached is my initial document which the research should be supporting.

  1. Use the Research Web as you gather resources for your informative/explanatory article. (I attached if it wont open)
  2. Remember to write down the domain-specific vocabulary and key terms you learn on the Research Web Notes.
  3. Remember to look for reliable sources as described in this lesson.

Expect to have a few moments when you feel like you don’t fully understand your topic. That’s okay. It’s part of the process. Use the research strategies situation to ask more questions, and turn those into “aha” moments when the information makes more sense.

Assessment Introduction

Your pre-writing plan will be evaluated using the 02.04 Fact Finding rubric.


Research Web


Your topic:____________________________(specific Amendment/personal freedom from Bill of Rights)

Fill in the list of resources relating to the topic you selected. Two sources have been provided for you to assist in your research. Explore the provided sources and add sources from your own research. Use your Research Process Notes from this lesson if you need help remembering the research strategies introduced in this lesson.

Multi-media Sources: videos, audio, slideshows, or graphics

Source 1: Video, http://www.annenbergclassroom.org/page/the-story-of-the-bill-of-rights (use the video related to the Amendment you chose for your research), “The Story of the Bill of Rights,” Part ____.




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Domain-Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)

Landmark Case Articles: find articles related to the landmark case you intend to use in your article

Source 1:article with list of landmark cases, http://billofrightsinstitute.org/educate/educator-resources/landmark-cases/ (choose one case in support of your topic)




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Domain-Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)

Contemporary Court Cases: find articles on cases related to your topic

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Domain-Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)

Advocacy Articles: find articles or documents with statements from presidents, politicians, or advocates about the topic you selected

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Domain-Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)

Aidan Oosterwijk Laurel Springs Amendment 4: Protection from Unreasonable Searches and Seizures The 4th amendment states that an individual has a right to feel secure in their own homes and to have their homes, papers as well as any other effects protected against unreasonable seizures and searches. This right should not be violated at any cost except on condition that warrants are issued based on probable cause. The warrants have to be supported by oaths o affirmation. They should in particular, focus on describing the house effects or papers that are subject to the search or seizure (The Bill of Rights: Amendments 1 – 10, n.d). In a Supreme Court case Mapp V. Ohio [367 U.S. 643, 81 S.Ct. 1684, 6 L.Ed.2d 1081 (1961)] there was forceful entrance by police into Mapp’s home with the intention of apprehending a bombing suspect. No search warrant was accorded to the homeowner: Mapp and as such the police denied the homeowner contact with her attorney. In the course of the search, however, the police discovered illegal pornography in the home but the bombing suspect was not found. Mapp is therefore charged with possession of illegal pornography and convicted over the same charge. Following the conviction, Mapp appealed under the claims that the evidence had been illegally obtained and therefore should not be admissible in court. The court held that illegally obtained evidence is inadmissible and as such to use the evidence obtained illegally was ignorance of the Fourteenth Amendment right to due process of law as well as the Fourth Amendment right protected individuals against unreasonable searches and 4th AMENDMENT 2 seizures (4th Amendment Supreme Court Cases, n.d). These amendments could not be enforced while inadmissible evidence was present in court. Current court cases on the 4th Amendment include the Missouri v. McNeely case of 2013 and the Maryland v. King of 2013. In the case of Missouri v. McNeely the U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-4 ruling ruled that in DUI investigations, warrants were necessary and thus, the fact that alcohol may dissipate quickly was not grounds for exigency (Missouri v.McNeely, n.d). In Maryland v. King, the U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-4 ruling found that in police obtaining DNA samples from arrested individuals relative to serious crimes that had been committed and putting the results in the national DNA database was not a violation of the Fourth Amendment (Maryland v. King, n.d). In Europe, the EU enforced a Data Protection Directive in the year 1995 in a bid to protect personal data and its movement thereof. In 2018 however, the European Commission proposed new data protection laws. The new set of laws is deemed to grant citizens control of the personal data lawfully. The European Convention of Human Rights, Article 8, holds that public authorities will not interfere with this right unless in the event that it is in accordance with the law in a bid to uphold and maintain national security, country’s economic state, public safety, protection of citizen’s morals, rights, freedoms, and health as well as the prevention of crime and disorder (Right to Privacy Case: How Other Countries Have Dealt With the Issue, 2017). 4th AMENDMENT 3 References 4th Amendment Supreme Court Cases., (n.d). Retrieved from http://www.knowmyrights.org/ knowledgebase/case-law/4th-amendment-supreme-court-cases Maryland v. King., (n.d). Retrieved from https://www.oyez.org/cases/2012/12-207 Missouri v.McNeely., (n.d). Retrieved from https://www.oyez.org/cases/2012/11-1425 Right to Privacy Case: How Other Countries Have Dealt With the Issue., (August, 2017). Retrieved from https://www.news18.com/news/india/right-to-privacy-verdict-howother-countries-have-dealt-with-the-issue-1499985.html The Bill of Rights (Amendments 1 - 10)., (n.d). Retrieved from https://nccs.net/blogs/ americas-founding-documents/bill-of-rights-amendments-1-10

Tutor Answer

chemtai
School: University of Virginia

please find the attached file. i look forward to working with you again. good bye

Research Web

Your topic: 4th Amendment (specific Amendment/personal freedom from Bill of Rights)
Fill in the list of resources relating to the topic you selected. Two sources have been provided for
you to assist in your research. Explore the provided sources and add sources from your own
research. Use your Research Process Notes from this lesson if you need help remembering the
research strategies introduced in this lesson.
Multi-media Sources: v...

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