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JOURNAL- choose one . Do you have an expectation of privacy while at school? Why or why not? Describe a time when you feel you were the victim of an unreasonable search or seizure… maybe by your parents, a teacher, or someone else. Why was it unreasonable?. Fourth Amendment.

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journal choose one
JOURNAL- choose one 
  • Do you have an expectation of privacy while at school? Why or why not?
  • Describe a time when you feel you were the victim of an unreasonable search or seizure… maybe by your parents, a teacher, or someone else. Why was it unreasonable?
fourth amendment

Fourth Amendment

Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures

AGENDA:

1) Quiz

2) Review rules related to searches & seizures/Notes

3) “I got 99 problems and one of them may be Jay-Z’s legal advice”

4) Review search & seizure homework and look at additional hypotheticals

5) Finish moot court about 1st Amendment rights!

standards objectives
Standards & Objectives
  • 1.5: Students know the fundamental democratic principles that are a part of our government
  • Content: Describe the limits on searches and seizures
  • Language: Practice reading comprehension skills by analyzing a Supreme Court decision
  • Essential Question: How does the constitution balance individual rights/freedoms with the common good?
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Affidavit
  • Exclusionary Rule
  • Probable Cause
  • Reasonableness
  • Warrant
  • Seizure
what s the rule
What’s the rule???
  • A warrant is required to search property or a person
    • To get a warrant, you need probable cause
      • Is there enough evidence for a reasonable person to believe that it’s likely an illegal act is committed?
exceptions
Exceptions
  • Schools
    • No probable cause needed, only reasonable suspicion
    • Reasonable suspicion is “Inferences combined with some facts”- it’s a lesser standard than probable cause
  • Motor Vehicle search
    • No warrant needed. No expectation of privacy in a vehicle.
    • Trunk and glove compartment can be searched without warrant.
  • Consent
  • Plain sight/no expectation of privacy
no expectation of privacy what
No expectation of privacy? What?
  • There’s a test to see if you have a reasonable expectation of privacy:
    • 1. Do YOU truly believe you have an expectation of privacy?
    • 2. Would a rational person think there was an expectation of privacy?
99 problems
99 Problems
  • Today you are taking on the role of Jay-Z’s attorney. He’s in a bit of a scuffle with the law and needs some sound legal advice.
  • 1. Review lyrics to 99 problems
  • 2. In a group of four, map out the facts of Jay-Z’s case and apply the law about searches & seizures.
  • 3. Decide whether or not Jay-Z’s evaluation of his rights is correct or incorrect
  • 4. Advise Jay-Z on what he should have done in this situation.