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    Legal Police Searches

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    The laws of the United States can be hard to understand sometimes. The Fourth Amendment states that people have a right not to be searched without a reasonable warrant and that people have a right to feel secure in their homes. There are acts giving police permission to do what ever they need to to keep drunks off the streets. There are also rules and regulations, kind of like a sports game, and, just like games, there are always ways to get around these rules. Like finding it legal to randomly stop

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    Internet Searches

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    Introduction Microsoft has historically been best known for its Windows operating systems and suite of Office products such as Word, Excel, and Outlook. Conversely, Google is best known for its internet search engine. As both companies strive for more market share and computer dominance, they are taking the approach of entering adjacent markets to their core competencies. Microsoft, abandoning the Live search engine that has taken a beating from Google over the last decade, has launched a new

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    Airport Security

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    the terminal. Sometimes they have to go through random searches at the plane's gate. One question raised from the tighter security measures is whether these security measures invade people's personal rights. Airport security has changed since September 11, but this change is not always a good thing. One of the major changes that has taken place in airport security is more searches are being done. As a result of increasing the number of searches taken place, more people have their privacy rights violated

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    In the recent rash of bomb threats and school shootings, it is apparent that something needs to be done to protect students and teachers. Guns, knives, and drugs all pose a threat on school campuses. Locker searches could be the answer to making school campuses more secure from inside threats. A 1985 Supreme Court case ruled that schools are allowed to search student lockers with probable cause (New Jersy v. T.L.O.). One of the major problem school today is the prevalence of gangs and gang violence

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    have the right to carry out unannounced body or locker searches? Does it violate the student’s body or personal belongings? Many people think that it is wrong for administrators to have random body and locker searches, but I think it is ok and somewhat necessary. Having unannounced body searches or locker searches is necessary because they keep schools safer, they enforce rules and they avoid harmful incidents. Random body and locker searches keep schools safer. When someone or their locker is searched

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    Against Consent Searches

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    Schneckloth v. Bustamonte is a decidedly pro-order case because it qualifies another excuse police can raise to search a citizen. It asserts that an individual can verbally waive their Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable searches and seizures so long as this waiver is not coerced by a government official. The Court goes on to decide that it is not required for suspects to demonstrate knowledge of these rights before waiving them. The blow to liberty interest is put most elegantly in Justice

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    observation period. After recording observations and interviews, the authors found that the students performed focused searching, in which they just looked for information to accomplish the assignments without deviating from this task such as guiding searches according to assignment sheets and ignoring entertaining diversions on the screen. The authors also discovered that the students performed swift and flexible searching, where they scanned sites quickly and determined the relevance of sites by skimming

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    important Supreme Court decisions of the last century. Until this decision, the rights against illegal search and seizure had no method to be enforced. Up until this time, previous cases at set precedents provided little or no protection from illegal searches and seizures for the accused facing state prosecution. On May 23, 1957, Miss Dollree Mapp heard a knocking at her door (170 Ohio Street). When she asked who it was, three men identified themselves as Cleveland police officers. The officers stated

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    Racial Profiling: What's the Problem?

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    compiled. The two parts the state centered on were the Disparity index (proportion of stops/portion of population in the city or county. A value of 1 represents no disparity; values greater than 1 indicate over representation.) and the Search rate (searches/stops x 100). Keep in mind that these statistics only covered the last four months of the year 2013. The entire state of Missouri showed a disparity index of .97 for whites and 1.27 for blacks, also a 6.34% search rate for whites and an 11.01% search

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    are, The right to be assumed innocent until proven guilty, the right against unreasonable searches and seizures, the right against self-incrimination, and the right to be treated the same as others. The reason that this policy is a violation is because all people are presumed innocent until proven otherwise, this also ties into the right against self incrimination. The right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures is also a violation. It is in fact a violation of person’s rights to be forced

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