“Effects,” Fourth Amendment Protection of

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  • In listing “effects” along with “persons, houses, [and] papers” that are protected against “unreasonable searches and seizures,” the Framers of the Fourth Amendment were attempting to protect items of personal property that (in contrast to real property) individuals could carry or ...

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