Prisoners and the Fourth Amendment

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  • Prisoners do not possess many Fourth Amendment rights at all when they enter confinement. The U.S. Supreme Court has made clear in several decisions that the expectations of privacy diminish drastically for those who are institutionally confined. In a non-Fourth Amendment ...

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