USA Amendment 4 law of privacy

Amendment 4 was a law passed in The United States of America that police can't search your home without a warrant.
If anyone in the federal government wanted to check your premises they would need a warrant from the judge to go inside your house if you don't let them in without a warrant.
Everyone in the federal government needs a warrant to examine any object of yours that could be considered evidence if you deny their request.
Amendment 4 was mostly passed so that people feel that we have more privacy.

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