Q: Please type in the full text of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution. (Page 163.)

Q: What activities does the 4th Amendment cover (in addition to those covered in Chapter 3)? (Sec. 4.1)

Q: When does a “search” occur? When does a “seizure” occur? (Sec. 4.1)

Q: What historical abuses led to the adoption of the search and seizure clause of the Fourth Amendment? (Sec. 4.2)

Q: Prior to the decision in Katz v. United States, how did the Supreme Court interpret the word “search”? (Sec. 4.2)

Q: How did the Katz decision redefine the term “search”? p. 172

Q: Name four activities that are not treated as searches under the Fourth Amendment. (Sec. 4.2)

Q: What are the essentials for a lawful search? (Sec. 4.3)
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Q: What is the purpose of a limited weapons search? What grounds must exist for a limited weapons search? (Sec. 4.3)

Q: What is the purpose of a “full search”? What are the grounds for conducting a full search? (Sec. 4.3)

Q: What facts must an officer have in order to establish probable cause and secure a search warrant? (Sec. 4.3)

Q: Name two advantages in obtaining a search warrant instead of relying on an exception to the Fourth Amendment. (Sec. 4.3)

Q: When the place to be searched is described by street address, how far does the authority to search extend? (Sec. 4.3)

Q: When is it not necessary to obtain a search warrant to conduct a full search? (Sec. 4.3)

Q: When a person has been lawfully arrested, what areas can the police search as part of that arrest? (Sec. 4.3)

Q: What is the rule regarding the warrantless search of a motor vehicle for evidence or contraband? (Sec. 4.3)

Q: Explain the “exigent circumstances” exception of the Fourth Amendment? Provide the circumstances that fall within this exception. (Sec. 4.3)

Q: What is the purpose of an inventory search after police have impounded property? (Sec. 4.3)

Q: What is a “protective sweep” and what may a police officer do...

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