Search and Seizure in Open Fields, assignment help
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In Oliver v. United States (1984), the U.S. Supreme Court held that Oliver did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in his open fields even though he put up a gate and a no trespassing sign. Entry onto such fields was not covered by the 4th Amendment. There was precedent for open fields not having 4th Amendment protection because such fields were not specifically mentioned in the 4th Amendment (along with persons, houses, et cetera). Neither businesses nor open fields are mentioned in the 4th Amendment, but a place of business that is not open to the public is protected.
For this discussion, choose and examine a precedential case that addresses open fields (other than Oliver).
- 1: Articulate how the rules of criminal procedure apply to a criminal justice practitioner.
- Articulate whether a no trespassing sign creates a reasonable expectation of privacy based on case law.
- Explain whether open fields are protected from search and seizure.
- 3: Apply the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments in a criminal justice context.
- Differentiate constitutional requirements for protected and unprotected searches.
- Create a 1 page essay in APA format according to the instructions above. Use 2 academically reviewed sources for references. Be sure to utilize in-text citations.