Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments to the Constitution.
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Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments to the Constitution

Summary: The Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth amendments to the U.S. Constitution were created using a valuable perspective on individual rights during the late eighteenth century. While the guidelines our forefathers used at that time should still apply today, the language should be updated to make the founders' words and concepts clearer and easier for modern society to understand. In addition, contemporary needs and technological advances necessitate that these amendments be updated and enhanced.
CJL 4064

Amendment Project

As requested by the committee chair, I have examined the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments of our Constitution. It is imperative for the participants of the Constitutional Convention to update, and furthermore, enhance the Bill of Rights. The amendments were created with a valuable perspective on individual rights in the 1700's. Today, in 2010, our country has developed in the use of language, our principles, and our overall society. After close examination of the amendments, it has come to my attention that they no longer read to today's society. Essentially, I would like to continue the amendments using the same guidelines our forefathers used centuries ago, but include new aspects updating the Constitutional Amendments to reflect our current nation.

To understand the amendments better, it was apparent that language changes needed to be made. Since the amendments were written centuries ago, the language is very out...

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