Your constitutional rights against unlawful searches & seizures

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The evidence obtained in violation of the 4th Amendment cannot be used against you; moreover, it must be “suppressed.” Any evidence that s gathered or derived unlawfully must also be suppressed. The …

The evidence obtained in violation of the 4th Amendment cannot be used against you; moreover, it must be “suppressed.” Any evidence that s gathered or derived unlawfully must also be suppressed. The 4th Amendment of the U.S. constitution provides people protection from unreasonable search and seizures. It establishes that a warrant is required before law enforcement can search or engage in seizure activity.

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  • 1. YI ALRIHT OU G S R C SI T ON T U ON T A AN T G IS U L WF L E R H S N A U SA C E &S IU E E RS Z © J me P bi ig a s u l hn s
  • 2. t h 4 A N ME T ME D N T US C SI T O . ON T U I . T ON 4
  • 3. R A ON BE X E TT E S A L E PC A I ON OF RV C P IA Y T eF ut h or h A n me t p l s me d n a pi e o lw e ap r n ny h n es o h s rao a l a a e sn be ep c t no x et i f ao pi c i tepa e r a yn h lc v sac e o tei m e rh d rh t e si d Wh te a ez . eh r n e ep c t no pi c x et i f r a y ao v i“ ao a l” s r sn be e id tr n db s eemie y teidv u l h n id a’ i s sbet eo p r n l u jcv r es a i o ep c t no x et i f ao pi c, s el s r a ya w la a v sc tl r bet e o i a o o jcv e i ep c t no pi c. x et i f r a y ao v
  • 4. T E R A T E IE N H WA R N R QUR ME T T eF ut A n me t s bi e te h o r me d n et lh s h h a s g n rlueta aw r n irq i d e ea rl h t ar ts e ur a e b fr lw e fre n c ne g g i eoe a noc me t a n a e n sac a dsi r a t i. h w r n e rh n ez e c v yT e ar t u it a mu t e sb : I u db n urlhr-at — a s e y e t ti p r s a d y jd eo ma irt; u g r gs ae t B sdo “ rb bec ue ta ae n po a l a s” h t c nrb n o e ie c o aci o t a d r v ne f r a d me wlb fu do,ntec s o a i e o n ri h ae f n l ars w r n, rb bec ueta r t ar tpo a l a s h t e a tep r nh s o h es o a c mmie aci ; td r t me ad n S e ic ntr o tepa et b p c i i ems fh lc o e f sac e a dtei ms r es n e rh d n h t o p ro s e t b si d o e ez . e T u ,h w r n rq i me t e n s h t jd egv hs r e h s te ar te ur n d ma d ta a u g i io h r a e e “ k y t al tdiv s no pi c. o a ” o i e n ai f r a y mi o v
  • 5. P OB BE A S R ALC UE Aw r n c no l b i u du o af dn o “ rb be ar t a ny e s e p n i ig f po a l a s n c u e” rb bec u eu u l ietbi e b as on a s. Po a l a s s al s s lh d y w r y a s s tme t“ fd v ” o s onoa tsmo yI b sdo t e n ( f a i ) r w r rlet n.f a e n a ai t i , alh c c ms n e stot i teaf a io tsmo yte lte i u t c s e fr n h fd v ret n,h r a h i t i jd ed tr n s h th r iafipo a it ta tesac u g eemie ta tee s ar rb bly h th e rh i w lla t tedso ey f o t b n , r v e c o aci i e d o h i v r o c nr a d o e i n e f r l c a d me o tep ro w oc mmie aci ,h ntejd ew li u rh es n h o td r t me te h u g i s e ls tew r n. h ar t a
  • 6. E C PI ST T E X ET ON O H WA R N R QUR ME T R A T E IE N T eeaeecpin t teg n rlueta p le h r r xe t so h e ea rl h t oi o c mut banaw r n t efc aeasac a d so ti ar to f t t e rh n a eu si r. o ea l tep led n t e daw r n: e ue F r xmpe h oi o o n e z , c ar t a T s pacro at fc ilt na dd ti, ot o a fr r f v ai n ean ai o o tmp rrytedi r n p se g r e oai,h r e a d asn es l v . T c n u t sac ic e toars o o d c a e rh n i n t r t d e. o ez n t h te s n by p e r t e e T si a i m ta ra o a l a p as o b c nrb n o e ie c o aci a di e o t a d r v ne f r a d me n s i panv w o teof e. n li i fh fc r e i L e i , ow r n irq i dw e : i ws n ar ts e ur k e a e hn es o snso e rh Wh n o o Ap r nc ne tt asac . e y u a ret asac , o aev lnai ge o e rh y u r ou try l gv gu y u ep c t no pi c a d in p o r xet i f r ay n i ao v y u F ut A n me tihs o r o r me d n r t h g . “x e t i u tn e” x tic dn , Ei n c c ms c s e i,n l ig g r a s u fr x mpew e of es r i h t o e a l h n fc r ae n o i p rut f fln us io a eo .
  • 7. RG T E F C DB T E I H S N OR E Y H “X L S A YR L” EC U I ON R U E Eie c o tie i v lt n v ne ban d n i ai d o o o te4hA n me t fh t me d n cn o b ue a ant o ; a n t e sd g isy u imut e“u pesd” t sb sp rse . Moe vra y v e c ta ro e n ei ne h t , d io tie o d r e f m s ban d r ei d r v o teu lw ulo tie h na fl ban d y eie c as mut e v ne l d o sb sp rse . h lw cl u pesd T e a al s tieie c te“ ut f hs v ne h f io d r tep i n u t e” F r h os o sr . o o e ea l itep leo ti xmpe fh oi ban , c ag na arslo a u s eut f n u lw u sac,h g n na fle r te u h ma n t eue a eie c y o b sd s v ne d i ac mia cs, o ma n r n lae n r y i tef g rr to a y te h i epi s r n oh r n n eie c fu do teg n v ne o n n h u . d F re a p roe,ts sf o l l up ssiia i g teg nn vr x td h u ee eie . s