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Amendment IV



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Generally Bill of Rights

An Act to Prevent Frauds and Concealments of His Majesty's Customs and Subsidies, 12 Chas. 2, c. 19 (1660)

Regina v. Mead, 92 Eng. Rep. 119 (Q.B. 1703)

Delaware Declaration of Rights and Fundamental Rules, 11 Sept. 1776, Sources 339

Vermont Constitution of 1777, ch. 1, arts. 11, 12, Thorpe 6:3741

Customs Act, 1 Stat. 29 (1789)

An Act Repealing Duties, 1 Stat. 199 (1790)

Kentucky Constitution of 1792, art. 12, sec. 9, Thorpe 3:1274

Camfranque v. Burnell, 4 Fed. Cas. 1130, no. 2,342 (C.C.D.Pa. 1806)

Sailly v. Smith, 11 Johns. R. 500 (N.Y. 1814)

An Act Further to Provide for the Collection of Duties, 3 Stat. 231 (1815)

William Wirt, The Power to Cause an Arrest, 8 Sept. 1818, 1 Ops. Atty. Gen. 229

Illinois Constitution of 1818, art. 8, sec. 7, Thorpe 2:981

Ex parte Pool, 2 Va. Cas. 276 (1821)

Read v. Case, 4 Conn. 166 (1822)

John Macpherson Berrien, Proof Necessary to an Arrest, 10 Sept. 1829, 2 Ops. Atty. Gen. 266

William Rawle, A View of the Constitution of the United States 127 (2d ed. 1829)

Joseph Story, Commentaries on the Constitution 3:§ 1895 (1833)

Roger B. Taney, Criminal Jurisdiction of Circuit and District Judges, 14 May 1833, 2 Ops. Atty. Gen. 564


The Founders' Constitution
Volume 5, Amendment IV, Introduction
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