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The 4th Amendment states that no search warrants shall issue but upon probable cause.

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What amendment falls in Warrants?

Warrants are generally covered under the Fourth Amendment.


What sections of the US Constitution control how warrants are issued?

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Under which category does this Constitutional Amendment fall No searches and seizures without legal warrants?

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What British action may have caused the Fourth Amendment?

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guards against unreasonable searches and seizures. The amendment specifically also requires search and arrest warrants be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause


What is radifying an amendment?

Ratification of an amendment refers to the formal validation of a proposed law.


Which amendment refers to assault and battery?

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Who was the founder of the fourth amendment?

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Does the fourth amendment allows search warrants to be issued for specific purposes looking for a specific item or items that are thought to be illegal?

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