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Reading Comprehension: Application Questions

Which of the following would be illegal according to the Third Amendment?

Incorrect.

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This action would be prohibited under the 5th Amendment, which protects the privacy of personal information. However, this question asks what is prohibited according to the 3rd Amendment.

Incorrect.

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This action would be prohibited under the 5th Amendment, which protects the privacy of personal information. However, this question asks what is prohibited according to the 3rd Amendment.

Great!

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This action would be prohibited under the 3rd Amendment, which protects the privacy of the home.

Incorrect.

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An unreasonable search of a person's possessions, such as a car, is prohibited by the 4th Amendment, not the 3rd.

Incorrect.

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A search of a person's possessions is prohibited by the 4th Amendment, not the 3rd.

A policeman gathered information about the opinions of the members of a certain political party.
Police seized an individual's home because it provided a good observation point for illegal activities.
A policeman looked up personal information about a private citizen in a police database.
Police searched an individual's car because of a personal disagreement.
Police, with the permission of his parents, searched a teenager's school locker because they believed him to be involved in illegal activities.