To start things off I would just like to point out that I am a Sophomore in high school, so if anything seems a but off I am sorry, and if you could just tell me that would be great. Alright, on with the show!
So I recently found out that the government can violate our 4th amendment right. As I’m pretty sure you know the fourth amendment talks about people being secure in their homes and their property and that government needs to have a warrant to search you (Unless of course you are at school or work depending upon where you work). As I was looking over some supreme court cases though, I saw one named Utah vs Strieff where a police officer pulled over Strieff suspecting him of unlawful activity . In the process of investigating him, the officer found out that Strieff had multiple warrants against him and then arrested him. (https://www.oyez.org/cases/2015/14-1373)
This was already proven to be against the fourth amendment in Mapp vs Ohio though. Personally I find this to be a direct violation of our fourth amendment. What do you guys think? Comment below and we can chat.