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  • Racial profiling is very much against the 4th amendment

    The 4th amendment is meant to prohibit unreasonable searches and seizures yet black and brown skinned people are constantly being searched and shot with out any type of warrant. Even eith this brought to the attention of an officer by the person being unfairly and unlawfully searched, there is no change.

  • Racial profiling violates the 4th amendment.

    The 4th amendment of the United States prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures, and also requires a federal warrant if any such search is to take place. Racial profiling completely negates this right, as individuals are subjected to thorough searches solely based on "suspicion" or a "hunch". The word of the officer is almost always final, and any effort to combat their search is escalated to more significant crime.

  • No, racial profiling is just a start.

    No, racial profiling is not against the 4th amendment, because no one is arrested solely based on the color of their skin. Racial profiling is one tool that law enforcement can use to narrow down who might be involved in criminal activity. But profiling is not what law enforcement uses to decide to arrest someone, so it is not contrary to the 4th amendment.


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