The Bill of Rights offers people protection against government intrusions.
Could you help me with these questions?
1) The Bill of Rights offers people protection against government intrusions, identify which Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects us against searches. What are the key points?
2) The Fourth Amendment balances government power to control crime and individual rights of liberty and privacy. To achieve this balance, the Fourth Amendment bans only “unreasonable” searches and seizures made by government officials, not actions of private individuals. Do you think private citizens should be allowed to legally collect evidence against someone and turn that evidence over to the police?
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