From the e-Activity, examine the difficulties associated with interpreting the specific words and ph

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Go to the National Constitution Center Website and read “Amendment 4: Search and Seizure,” located at http://constitutioncenter.org/constitution/the-amendments/amendment-4-search-and-seizure. Be prepared to discuss.



From the e-Activity, examine the difficulties associated with interpreting the specific words and phrases of the Fourth Amendment. Explain your rationale.





First, take a position for or against the exclusionary rule. Next, analyze the major ramifications of having or not having the exclusionary rule. Justify your response.

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The Fourth Amendment and the difficulties associated with interpreting the specific words and phrases pose enormous dilemmas and confusion around the topic. One of the difficulties the e-Activity mentioned was search and seizure. Just how much power should our government have when it comes to search and seizure? When analogies and metaphors are used to describe why a situation would be subject to sea

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1HistoryStudent Name [ ]Course [ ]University name [ ]History2Answer:The fundamental trouble in legitimately deciphering the Fourth Amendment accompanies thetime that it began versus the present times we live in. At the point when the Fourth Amendmentwas made there was no such thing as the web, the capacity to utilize unmanned air ship toacquire data and the police constrains that they had at the time were a little scale compel that wasnot exceptionally composed by any stretch of the imagination. The Fourth Amendment wasmade to shield subjects from being sought with no reason or cause. Individuals tend to get ahandle on onto the "Preposterous inquiry and seizures" and look no further. They trust thatexpression alone is sufficient to keep them from being sought.The exclusionary guideline has its advantages and disadvantages. In America we are to beshielded from inquiries or seizures that are not supported at the time. Without the exclusionaryguideline, law authorization staff would basically have opportunity to inquiry anybodywhenever. The principle sets up a boundary to secure individuals and permit law authorization todependably guarantee they are legitimately assembling proof from a man. Now and again thistenet can baffle on the grounds that an officer who unconsciously acquires proof without the bestpossible power could permit a criminal to walk free essentially in light of the fact that theconfirmation won't be submersible and will be tossed out
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