Search and Seizure Clause
- A provision in the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution safeguarding against unwarranted intrusions and confiscations
- The officers' actions were found to be in violation of the Search and Seizure Clause as they lacked a reasonable cause.
- The lawyers argued that their client's rights under the Search and Seizure Clause had been infringed upon when authorities confiscated his personal items without proper authorization.
- In order to ensure that citizens' rights are upheld, law enforcement agencies must follow certain procedures outlined in the Search and Seizure Clause.