03 06 04 Essay

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Lesson 06: Prepping Your Sources

Annotated Bibliography Note-Taking Guide
Fill in the notes for the amendment and for each of the three categories (multi-media, contemporary cases, advocacy documents). If you need support for the citation, consult the MLA Formatting Guide you printed from the lesson.
Amendment for your topic (from the Bill of Rights)
Citation: http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/fourth_amendment
What information from this source seems the most important? Note key points mentioned in the source.
The most important part of the amendment is the right to be secure from unwarranted search and seizures. How does this source support your topic?
It shows how the government can bend the will of this amendment in their favor
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How does this source support your topic? It shows how unwarranted search and seizure leads to bad arrests and criminals get off the hook because of one mistake. What information from this source would be most useful to include in your informative/explanatory article?
How the arrests happened and provide details about why and how the cop went about arresting riley. #2
Citation Information: https://www.eff.org/files/2014/06/20/patino_decision.pdf
Key Use: Gives a full review of the case.
What information from this source seems the most important? Note key points mentioned in the source. How the evidence was once again taken from a cell phone.
How does this source support your topic? It shows more examples of fourth amendment rights being violated.
What information from this source would be most useful to include in your informative/explanatory article? How the search went, provide details, and references about the whole case.
Two Advocacy Documents or Articles (document or article including statements from presidents, politicians, or advocates about the topic you selected)
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Citation Information: http://billofrightsinstitute.org/resources/educator-resources/lessons-plans/landmark-cases-and-the-constitution/olmstead-v-united-states-1927/
Key Use: In the Olmstead case Chief Justice William Taft had said the amendment meant physically searches

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