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This paper is a case study of a seemingly insignificant drug case and the unanswered question of racial profiling in the present day courts. According to the paper, the courts have ruled to exclude evidence as a result of illegal searches as violations of the 4th and 14th Amendments. The open question is will the use of racial profiling bring about similar exclusionary rules as a violation of the equal protection clause.
From the Paper:"This paper shall explore the balancing of the due process and equal protection guarantees contained in the 4th and 14th Amendments to the Constitution. It will study the case of a small time drug dealer, his conviction and appeal. The question of racial profiling is put forward in the appeal, but not answered by the court. Racial profiling is loathed by many, and praised by others. In a post 9/11 legal environment, the balancing of civil liberties and public safety is a tough question for the courts. The sentence of the millennium bomber was recently overturned. Even those with a strong desire to bring mayhem and destruction to the..."
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Racial Profiling (2005, December 01) Retrieved February 03, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/racial-profiling-131568/
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