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The Fourth Amendment and Gun Rights

Tuesday, 12 April 2016 by

What You Need to Know About the Fourth Amendment As election season charges full steam ahead, gun control remains one of the most controversial topics of discussion. On the subject of gun ownership, the Second and Fourth Amendment are consistently powerful citations. Gun rights advocates interpret the possession of firearms as inherent to the Constitution and

At what point in a criminal investigation may law enforcement officers no longer use the “Perkins technique?” In Illinois v. Perkins, the U.S. Supreme Court held that statements deliberately elicited by an undercover officer posing as the defendant’s cellmate were not inadmissible under Miranda, even though no warnings had been given. Rationale: If the prisoner is

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