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What constitutes an unreasonable search and seizure under the fourth amendment?

What constitutes an unreasonable search and seizure under the fourth amendment?

An unreasonable search and seizure is typically one that is not based upon a reasonable suspicion or probable cause. It's usually one that's based on a hunch. The police typically have hunches, they have suspicions, but that does not necessarily to what a court would find to be a reasonable suspicion or probable cause to search or seize property. It's very important that you contact an attorney who's familiar with these matters, familiar with current case law, because every case is different, and nobody can tell you generally what an unreasonable search and seizure is unless they look at each specific scenario.

 

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