4th and 8th Amendment

By: Tyler Mackie-Stuber

4th Amendment

The 4th amendment is to secure the peoples' privacy against unreasonable searches and seizures. The only way officials can be above this amendment is that they have a warrant to search the object or person. This amendment also protects people from unreasonable arrests officials want to place on someone.

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8th Amendment

The 8th amendment protects us from officials opposing excessive and unusual punishment to people. It also protects us from giving us too much time is Jail for something that someone did.

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