Amendment Four Search and seizUre

The people have a right to secure their house and belongings if any law enforcements wants to search and seize their house. The people should not be violated or unreasonably searched. Law enforcements can only enter the people's houses if there is a warrant supported by oath or affirmation. There has to be a reason why the law enforcements want to search the people's houses, if there isn't, then they can't search or seize the person or the person's belongings.

If a cop suspected me of having illegal drugs, they can come to my house and search me, but if I don't approve of them, they can't search me or my house. If they came with an approved search warrant, they can enter my home without my permission. They would be able to search and seize my belongings but I can't stop them from doing so.

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