Searching and Seizing


In Module 3, Searching and Seizing, we introduce you to the very complex subject which is heavily focused of legalities and legal terminology.

We begin with a discussion on the 4th Amendment, which protects us as citizens against illegal search and seizure. You’ll learn the complexities imposed by the Patriot Act within the scope of the 4th Amendment and then dive into subcomponents such as defining what’s with and outside a given scope, and why that makes a difference to the process of search and seizure.

Next we’ll discuss when a search warrant is required vs. when it’s not needed and the types of conflicts that presents. And finally we’ll explore the process of Discovery, define what it is and where & how that comes into play in the Search and Seizure life cycle, particularly as it relates to search location such as a private home vs. outside your home, at the state boarder vs. a country’s boarder.


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