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Tag Archives: unreasonable searches

Evaluating the Terry Stop — Is Stop and Frisk Legal?

You are standing on a corner or walking along a street minding your own business. Does a police officer have the right to stop you or search you without a warrant? The U.S. Constitution says no. But there is a catch. Law enforcement officers are permitted to make an investigative stop. An investigative stop refers… Read More »

Supreme Court Weighs in on Drug-Sniffing Dogs

The U.S. Supreme Court recently upheld Fourth Amendment constitutional protections against the unreasonable search and seizure tactics in Florida v. Jardines. In this case, officers approached the perimeter of a home without a warrant, and with drug-sniffing dogs. Typically police officers are permitted to do what any private citizen could. However, Justice Scalia, writing for… Read More »

What Is The Purpose of a Search Warrant?

Search and seizure is a law enforcement procedure where officers search a person’s property and confiscate anything that is illegal or that can be used as evidence of an illegal act. However, all people in the United States are protected from unreasonable search and seizure by the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The Fourth… Read More »

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