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    What rights are protected by the 4th Amendment? Provide three concrete examples. Why are unreasonable searches forbidden? What factors determine whether a search is reasonable or not?

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    The rights that are protected by the fourth amendment, are an individual's rights against unreasonable searches and seizures, which includes the stipulation that any warrants issued against an individual must be sanctioned by the judiciary, and based upon and supported by probable cause. An example of an unreasonable search is police officers forcing entry into a home and searching it, Without a properly ...

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    the fourth amendment is examined for peoples rights.