Talk:Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution

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Standing in the 4th Amendment Context?[edit]

I noticed that this article makes no reference to standing to challenge 4th amendment violations, although it is mentioned very briefly in the linked Exclusionary rule article. As I understand it, standing is a pretty important 4th Amendment doctrine, and is somewhat different from the standing explained in Standing (law), so I think it warrants mention here. I could take a stab at it, but I wouldn't consider myself an expert (only being a first year law student). Blart versenwald (talk) 00:27, 1 May 2014 (UTC)