Abstract

The article analyzes the case, Katz v. United States. It evaluates the court's decision to the said case involving the Fourth Amendment. It argues that the case helped to end the practice of the Fourth Amendment. It presents the evidence from the first draft by Justice Potter Stewart consisting of the court's opinion in the case of Katz.

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