The government tends to rely on information gathered from individuals and business when dealing with most criminal cases. In the Constitution, the Fourth Amendment protects person and corporations from overzealous investigative activities by the government. It protects the rights of the people from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government. In most cases a search warrant is needed when given probable cause to perform a reasonable search and seizure.
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