Fourth Amendment (Part 2)

210-LESSON 5-Fourth Amendment (Part 2)

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Lesson 5 is a continuation of lesson 4 because the Fourth Amendment covers
several areas of privacy expectations pertaining to search and seizure.
You will examine the exclusionary rule (Fruit of the Poisonous Tree Doctrine). I have attached three cases to exhibit how small changes in a scenario can change the outcome of a court decision in relation to the Fourth Amendment. The first case, Stoner v. State of Cal., 376 U.S. 483, provides a scenario in which the police approach a hotel clerk looking for a suspect in an armed robbery. The hotel clerk gives consent to search the room which has been rented by the suspect. The items seized in the search are ultimately deemed inadmissible because the hotel clerk does not have the right to give consent. In the second case, U.S. v. Lanier, 636 F.3d 228, the defendant’s belongings are left in a hotel room past checkout time. Illegal items are found by housekeeping and the search and seizure are deemed admissible because there is no reasonable right to privacy post check-out time, even if items are still in the room. In the third case, U.S. v. Spicer, 549 Fed.Appx. 373, the courts examine a situation in which housekeeping finds illegal items in the room while the defendant is still within
his rental agreement. The hotel is able to evict him on the basis of the
illegal activity which also allows the police to search the room and seize
the items. The evidence is admissible. Compare the details of each case and
the opinion of the courts to learn how just the smallest fact can change the
outcome. *Reading the attachments in the lesson notes is not a requirement of
the class, but is meant to provide supplement information to enhance your
knowledge of the concepts presented in the lessons.

 

Stoner v State of Cal.pdf (96852 Bytes)
US v Lanier.pdf (110041 Bytes)
US v Spicer.pdf (94013 Bytes)

 

Lesson Objectives
Describe police arrest authority.
Describe police authority to conduct a legal search and seizure.
Describe the historical application of the Exclusionary Rule

 

Lesson 5 Essay – Fourth Amendment (Part 2)
Consider the emerging technology of today’s society and write an essay that
explores new applications of the Fourth Amendment. Incorporate the concepts
we discussed this week to include arrest powers, search and seizure, and the
exclusionary rule. Utilize contemporary articles and case law for persuasive
authority.

***INTRO AND CONCLUSION***

 

HER FEEDBACK FROM LAST ESSAY WAS
You provided a detail analysis of the benefits and limitations of the fourth amendment. You need to inline cite more often (see where noted). You received 34/38.

You should indent your paragraphs. You received 5/6

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