Landmark Court Cases

Satisfactory Essays
Landmark court cases have a legal and historical significance for the application of the particular laws of liberties and individual rights. The five Supreme Court cases that shape law enforcement profession include the Fernandez v. California, Navarette v. California, United States v. Wurie, Plumhoff v. Rickard, and Riley v. California. As evident, legal cases helped design the law enforcement profession into what it is today.
To begin with, in the Fernandez v. California, the Supreme Court judges resolved the question of whether the law should allow warrantless searches. The case disputed the permission rule that stated that if two tenants have authority over a particular room, one on them can give a police consent in the absence of the
Get Access