Unreasonable Searches & Seizures Amendment?

Answer The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution protects people from unreasonable search and seizure. In Mapp v. Ohio, the Supreme Court applied the Fourth Amendment to the states through the due process ... Read More »

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Fourth Amendment Searches & Seizures?

The Fourth Amendment guards American citizens against warrantless searches, arrest and seizure of property. Lawful search or seizure of an individual or private property requires "a reasonable beli... Read More »

Fourth Amendment Rights & Car Searches?

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees citizens protection against "unreasonable searches and seizures," and declares that search warrants should not be issued without proof of pr... Read More »

Im buying a condo as a forcloser from Wells Fargo bank im in cntract the pres of board says it fraud he wants to buy it in the amendment it says they have first dibs amendment is from 1965?

The governing documents may dictate who can purchase the unit. You may need a condominium-savvy attorney to help you interpret the documents.

Are insurance rates for teenagers unreasonable?

On One Hand: Teens Are Risky DriversAlthough the rates for teenagers are higher than those for almost any other age group, it is for good reason. Teenagers are the most accident-prone age group alo... Read More »