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Weeks v. United States, 1914
**Who was in the wrong in this situation?**
POLICE OFFICERS
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New Jersey v. T.L.O., 1985
**Who was in the wrong in this situation?**
FEMALE STUDENT; Students do have 4th Amendment rights at school, but they are balanced with the school’s responsibility to maintain a safe and educational environment.
100
Adams v. Williams
GUILTY
100
Carpenter v. United States
**Who won the argument?**
THE ROBBER, GUY W/ THE PHONE; They said that the searching of the phone records without a warrant was a violation of the 4 because the phone has personal privacy to where the people could be and other personal information.
200
Arizona v. Hicks
**Who was in the wrong in this situation?**
THE COP; The cop was in trouble for searching the stereo because it violated the 4 amendment.
200
Safford Unified School District v. Redding, 2009
**Who was in the wrong in this situation?**
PEOPLE SEARCHING SAVANA; The strip search by school officials in this case was not legal. It was unreasonable considering the nature of the offense and the facts of the case.
200
American Trucking Association v. City of Los Angeles
**Who was in the wrong in this situation?**
AMERICAN TRUCKING ASSOCIATION (ATA); The FAAA Act prohibits a state from enacting any regulation related to the "price, route, or service of any motor carrier." ATA claimed that the concession agreements amounted to such a regulation.
200
Osborne v. The United States
**Who was wrong in this situation?**
OSBORNE; evidence that he overheard the discussion, did not violate Osborn’s rights and recording was properly admitted as evidence.




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