The 4th Amendment

U.s Government

The 4th Amendment :

The 4th amendment allows people to protect themself from unreasonable searches without a warrant or a reasonable cause.

The Ratification of the 4th amendement

The 4th amendment was ratified on 1791. It was included in the Bill of Rights after the American Revolution because of the intimidations Americans recieved from British generals who were searching Americans private property without a reasonable cause.

Cases and LawS :

The Importance of the 4th amendment

The 4th amendment is important as part of our personal rights which developed through history to defend ourself from unfair treatment .


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