What Is Unreasonable Search and Seizure? (Library Binding)
The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution is more than 200 years old. It was written in response to a very specific action on the part of the British government during the colonial era. So how is it relevant today? This book examines the ways a law written to protect homes, people, and material possessions has changed to adapt to technology that didn't exist at the time it was written. Simply worded text and graphic organizers present this important information in ways designed to appeal to reluctant readers. Colorful photos and contemporary examples help teens to understand how vitally important the Fourth Amendment is today.