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        Search and Seizure | Crash Course Government and Politics

        The fourth amendment says that you have the right to be protected against "unreasonable searches and seizures," but what does that mean, exactly? Well, it's complicated. The police often need warrants issued with proof of probable cause, but this isn't always the case - such as when you're pulled over for a moving violation. We also discuss the limitations of these protections and consider one group of people in particular that aren't protected equally-students.

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