Fourth Amendment And Racial Profiling

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Initially, based on the given facts and timeline, I would have no trouble siding with Lisa Soronen and the policer officers against the partygoers. If I were to receive information that these people should not have been at the abandoned site and that the building should be vacant, I would have the partygoers arrested. Despite the violation to the Fourth Amendment claim, the owners say that no one should be on the property; therefore, the people are trespassing and should be arrested or escorted off the premise. At the same time, the police should have been more willing to consider the 16 cases calling for the Fourth Amendment. To an extent, those 16 arrests should have been let go or marginally penalized. Overall, I believe that, in this