Do some external research to locate two U.S. Supreme Court cases where the 4th Amendment and 5th Ame

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Do some external research to locate two U.S. Supreme Court cases where the 4th Amendment and 5th Amendment was an issue. Part 1: The Fourth Amendment is supposed to limit overaggressive law enforcement and government practices and make sure there are no unreasonable searches and seizures conducted on citizens. The Fifth Amendment, concerning law enforcement, requires that no person should be forced to incriminate themselves. Both of these amendments are a huge part of criminal appellate law. Specifically, many defendants file appeals of their convictions based upon the fact that they believe either their Fourth or Fifth Amendment rights were violated by the police. Do some external research to locate two U.S. Supreme Court cases where the 4th Amendment and 5th Amendment was an issue. Essentially, you are to find two cases, one case where a defendant has filed an appeal because he or she believes his 4th Amendment rights were violated and another case where a different def

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Fourth and Fifth Amendment Case Issues in Supreme Court NameInstitutionFourth and Fifth Amendment Case Issues in Supreme Court Fourth Amendment IssueIn the case State v. Brown, the Wisconsin Supreme court is expected to examine the legality of a traffic stop that began as a possible defective light and later led to charges of a felon of possession of a firearm. The defendant, Brown was driving when the police, on suspicion of his car having defective tail light, stopped him. After the police stopped Brown for fault lights, they found a gun on the front seat of the car. This led to conviction of Brown of the charge of having a firearm illegally. The court denied Brown's motion to suppress the evidence obtained due to illegal search. According to Brown, the tail light was 66 percent operational and had proper working order. Therefore, the police should not have stopped him. The court determined whether it is true that the tail right was in good working conditions at 66% operational and whether the police were warranted to stop Brown (State bar of Wisconsin, 2013).Brown, the defendant argues that the unwarranted such lead to the realization of the firearm, which

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