“Houses, Papers, and Effects,” Fourth Amendment Protection of

Maurice Leach

In: Encyclopedia of the Fourth Amendment

“Houses, Papers, and Effects,” Fourth Amendment Protection of

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  • The provision in the Fourth Amendment referring to “houses, papers, and effects” is designed to provide protection against unreasonable searches and seizures by government agents of the possessions of private individuals. The clause provides further support for a constitutional ...

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