Search and Seizure Clause

Definition of "Search and Seizure Clause"
  1. A provision in the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution safeguarding against unwarranted intrusions and confiscations
How to use "Search and Seizure Clause" in a sentence
  1. The officers' actions were found to be in violation of the Search and Seizure Clause as they lacked a reasonable cause.
  2. 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.
  3. In order to ensure that citizens' rights are upheld, law enforcement agencies must follow certain procedures outlined in the Search and Seizure Clause.

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