The Fourth Amendment And The Rights Of Search Warrants

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Because of the new technology boom, over the years the courts are being bombarded with request, for upholding or appealing, in what applies and does not apply, to the Fourth Amendment. The Fourth Amendment is within the Bill of Rights in the United States Constitution. The Fourth Amendment, clearly states people have a right to be secure in their privacy, in their own persons, own homes, and their own papers and their personal effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures. However, if there is probable cause of criminal or harmful intent being committed with a particular person or persons, than warrants can be issues with the written out plan of what is exactly going to be searched and exactly whom. Sometimes, in the mist of criminal activity the rights of search warrants are waved. In some cases it is also needed to be determined exactly what personal private space is; for example, with the internet there is cyber space, and with the technology of flight with either air craft or drones. What constitutes personal space? What constitutes public domain? And are warrants required obtaining these spaces of information, or can these pieces of information be seized without search warrants? Some of these questions are being answered throughout the juridical system. Today, common practice is banking on-line, but regardless of whether or not one chooses to bank through cyber space, or personally to visit a banking establishment, the bank does keep records and the records
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