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CJ 100 1st Edition Lecture 8 Outline of Current Lecture II Fourth Amendment III Warents IV Weeks vs US V Mapp vs Ohio VI Katz vs US VII California vs Greenwood VIII Domestic Drones Current Lecture Fourth AmendmentRemember Protection against unreasonable search and seizures Probable cause No general warrants need specifics When warrants are NOT required Consent Plain view doctrine this includes areas visible from the air Plain feel and plain smell doctrine police dogs who sniff luggage in public places are not conducting searches so you are not subject to 4 th amendment protections Weeks v United States 1914 Exclusionary rule is created 1914 can t use evidence from illegal search and seizure Huge check on police power Only applied to federal cases Mapp v Ohio 1961 These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Extended the exclusionary rule to the states via the due process clause in the 14 th amendment Don King Katz v United States 1967 Key issues o right to privacy does it extend outside the home ex telephone booths public places o Do you need physical intrusion to constitute a search ex Wire tapping Ruling private conversations can be made in public places Wire tapping violated privacy and therefore constituted a search and seizure unreasonable need a warrant If door is closed in a phone booth then privacy is expected Think about the evolution of technology cell phones Katz What a person knowingly exposes to the public even in his own home or office is not a subject of 4th amendment protection California v Greenwood 1988 4th amendment does not prohibit the warrantless search and seizure of garbage left for collection outside the curtilage of a home No reasonable expectation of privacy for trash on the side of the street o Also social media anything you put out for the public Kyllo v United States 2001 Use of thermal imaging technology to see through walls The



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