4th and 8th Amendment
By: Tyler Mackie-Stuber
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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