CJS 210 Week 5 DQ 1 - 7489

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From a law enforcement perspective, the Fourth Amendment.

 

Some landmark cases dealing with the Fourth Amendment which an officer deals with on the streets are:

 

-Terry v. Ohio: protective searches (stop and frisk)

-Carroll v. United States: warrantless search of a vehicle

-Tennessee v. Garner: deadly force on a fleeing felon, which The Court determined is a type of seizure

-Weeks v. United States: created the Exclusionary rule, which makes evidence inadmissible in court if it is seized illegally

-Mapp v. Ohio: requires the states to recognize the Exclusionary Rule

-Arizona v. Hicks: outlines the "plain view" doctrine.

 

The Fifth, Sixth, and Eighth could be argued also, but they deal mainly with the court system, after the fact.
The 2nd Amendment. The right to bear arms. Many gun rights supporters cling to this contitution as if they're life depended on it. And say it is a direct commandment from our forefathers that every American has the right to own a gun.

[A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.]

Some people who value their guns say this means we should be allowed to own guns in our homes at all times but I interpret it, like other gun control proponents, to mean that our militia has the right to guns but NOT ordinary citizens.

So what has made America such a gun crazy nation? You would have to watch Micheal Moore's documentary "Bowling for Columbine" to get the full answer to that.
people are idiots,they don't care and as a smart man from south park said about 1/4 of America retarded.

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From a law enforcement perspective, the Fourth Amendment.

 

Some landmark cases dealing with the Fourth Amendment which an officer deals with on the streets are:

 

-Terry v. Ohio: protective searches (stop and frisk)

-Carroll v. United Sta