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Okay, so this is what I got from it, and I'm studying Constitutional Law. The Fourth Amendment covers unlawful searches and seizures. However, the amendment is differed in the situation of security guards. As far as I am aware, the Fourth Amendment does not pertain to private security guards (such as mall cops). So in short: the Fourth applies to police, but not private security.
4th Amendment as it makes a search warrant needed to search a home.
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Boyd v. United States, 116 US 616 (1886), was a decision by the US Supreme Court, which held that "a search and seizure [was] equivalent [to] a compulsory production of a man's private papers" and that the search was "an 'unreasonable search and seizure' within the meaning of the Fourth Amendment."Briefly: A search and seizure warrant was issued requiring the defendant (Boyd) to produce certain private papers so that the governmnent could prove that he had avoided paying import tax.The Supreme Court ruled that there need not be a physical invasion of one's home to constitute a violation of the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure. The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution protects against the invasion into a person's private matters. This extends to the compulsory production of a person's papers and, in the case at point, would have amounted to forcing Boyd to "testify" against himself by having to produce his own private papers.
The fourth amendment protects us against unwarranted searches and seizures of Private Property.
The amendment that forbids troops being lodged into private homes is the third amendment. (:
The third amendment
if it is private property yes. If you live in a complex that has security guards, you can keep them off to an extent. If its private property, I would suggest to notify them that it is private and you want them to leave. If they do not leave you have the right to call the police and have trespassing charges brought against them.
It is against state law to open a locked gate.
Private security was hired to protect strikebreakers during the 1892 Homestead strike.
Mahesh Nalla has written: 'A primer in private security' -- subject(s): Industries, Private Police, Private security services, Security measures