For the government to search a person’s residence, a search warrant is needed. To get a search warrant, a police officer provides evidence from an investigation to a judge in a sworn statement (affidavit). The judge can ask further questions, and based on what they find, they either grant the warrant or deny it. Complete the following activity to learn about how to potentially get a search warrant from a judge. Warrants and Exclusionary Rule https://resources.careered.com/LCMSFileSharePreview/Resources/storyline/CJUS440_U4_Warrants_and_Exclusionary_Rule_Narrative/story.html Summarize the Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable searches. Discuss the need for the government to provide reasons to search a residence to get a search warrant from a judge. What is the exclusionary rule? Define it in your own words. How is the exclusionary rule related to the Fourth Amendment? Discuss the plain view doctrine. Discuss how exigent circumstances impact entry to a residence. Discuss search of a vehicle and how it differs from search of a residence.