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A police officer can’t break into your house randomly because of the fourth amendment. The fourth amendment states that the people to be secure is their own and can’t be unreasonable searches and seizures without a warrant, (Amendment VI, n.d). So if a police officer wanted to search your house because they suspect you are a criminal, they can’t search you unless they get a warrant from a judge. Today it’s more known as the restrains of the government for your property.  To actually get the judge to give them a warrant is when they give the judge proper evidence. So photos, criminal records, evidence from a crime scene not like they just think you are suspicious. This is one of the most important amendments because it protects a lot of privacy, the safety of many people and many people’s property. There are many cases where the 4th amendment is ignored, or disregarded or even acknowledged but they faked the warrant to search the house.   The amendment brings a lot of safety, and privacy of many people. If a police officer were to take your things and search it without a warrant you wouldn’t go to jail. Even if they found something illegal and took you to court but didn’t have a warrant,  you would be free. So it limits the police’s power but is also a conversational topic. The exclusionary rule is the rule that causes any evidence that was found in a search or seizure that didn’t follow the 4th amendment by not getting a warrant is a violation to not only the 4th but the 5th and the 6th, (Carlson, 2009). Cases like Mapp v. Ohio and Miranda v. Arizona are very related cases on the exclusionary rule. There was evidence found but couldn’t used for the time of the actually court because the officers didn’t have a warrant. There are a few exceptions like if the state has a rule that police officers have the right to search anything like your house or car without a warrant. A few other exceptions like if the evidence is later obtained in a constitutionally valid search, if they were inevitably going to find the evidence, and a few other very specific reasons. This a very important amendment it protects privacy, increases safety, and decreases property damage. Mapp v. Ohio, was a famous court case which involves the disregard of the 4th amendment. A women named “Mapp” was wanted for questioning after a recent bombing, (Mapp v. Ohio, 367 U.S. 643 (1961), n.d). Officers sought out an entrance to the house a few hours later, more officers later arrived. Mapp refused to come out the officers later forced several doors later. Later the police forced their way in and when she asked to see the warrant they quickly showed it to her and put it back. A policeman grabbed and twisted her arm even when she was pleading that it hurt. The police searched all of her belongs like her dresser, closets, suitcases. They found evidence in her basement which she was ultimately convicted for. They later found out that no search warrant that was issued because and there was no explanation for the warrant. In the end it was ruled in a 5-3 vote in favor of Mapp, that any and all evidence seized unlawfully could not be used in criminal prosecutions, (Mapp v. Ohio Podcast, n.d). This shows how important the 4th amendment is because if you don’t have a warrant no matter how criminal the evidence (to a certain extent) would be unusable during court because it was claimed unlawfully. Many incidents occurred when the 4th amendment like the Mapp v. Ohio case and many more cases. It would be an extremely unfair trial if this amendment wasn’t in place. If it wasn’t there any police officer would barge into your house or car and take anything or even everything because you were “suspicious”. Many problems can occur due to the absence of this amendment, kill complete chaos, many unfair arrests, the increase of police brutality.  It is amendment that overall keeps things in check and not take everything overboard. The warrant from judges should be needed to prove that they have enough evidence to show that this person is in fact a criminal. It restrains the government from looking through your belongings. There is a certain level of criminal activity until a warrant is justified. So killing someone in broad daylight on a busy street and asking for a warrant is obvious not going to work in your favor (Amendment VI, n.d). If people would stop and think about the consequences of completely ignoring and faking the 4th amendment then a lot more guilty criminals who were searched without warrants get set free. Police are just really unfair and think that they will get away with it but they won’t because the whole reason for the creation of the 4th amendment was to stop all of this false acquisitions and to improve the government. Lots of people are saying that the 4th amendment isn’t truly followed and the government is always watching the things you do but in some cases that is a good thing and in other cases it can be really bad. Just the fact that they are completely ignore it and try to get whatever they want even though they know that is a one hundred percent chance that they are going to get cause they still do it. Criminals get a get out of jail free card when the police do that. The ignorance that some people have are helping the downgrade in society and causing the increase of crimes through America and the rest of the world.  Many people would think that the reconstruction amendments or the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments are very important because they mainly stopped slavery but there was still racism around at this time, and many women weren’t even treated properly. The first amendment or the RAPPS amendments. They most religious freedom, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, and freedom of petition. It was a very basic form of the government and the basis of  America’s constitution, many people came to America because of this amendments but