What does the 4th Amendment say?
The Bill of Rights:
The Bill of Rights protects citizens from overreach by the federal government and includes protections for due process and the freedom of speech. The Bill of Rights were written by James Madison in 1789 and are the first 10 amendments of the U.S. Constitution.
Answer and Explanation:
The 4th Amendment to the Constitution says that the government cannot search your person or property without cause.
The amendment states, in full:
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What is the Fourth Amendment, also known as, "the search and seizure amendment"? Understand the meaning of 4th Amendment, the rights the amendment protects, and view 4th Amendment examples.