FACTS: Jeremy was pulled over by Officer Nozey for an expired tag. Upon approach


FACTS:
Jeremy was pulled over by Officer Nozey for an expired tag. Upon approaching the driver’s side of Jeremy’s car, Officer Nozey sees Jeremy struggling to hide something in the middle console. Believing that Jeremy might pose a threat or was engaging in illegal activity, Officer Nozey told him to exit the car, handcuffed him, opened the console, found his cell phone, and without touching it he was able to read a text message that Jeremy was about to send, which stated, “OMG, I’m getting pulled over and my trunk is LOADED”.
LEGAL ARGUMENT (pick ONE):
As per the Fourth Amendment’s right to privacy, Officer Nozey CAN search Jeremy’s trunk.
As per the Fourth Amendment’s right to privacy, Officer Nozey CANNOT search Jeremy’s trunk.
ASSIGNMENT:
Draft a response that meets the following criteria:
Response is 500 to 750 words
Response is drafted based on case law from FLORIDA state obtained from LexisNexis.
Content is original (less than 30% matching as per Safe Assign’s Originality Report)
All sources are properly formatted to meet Bluebook criteria (fully embedded citations, no references page or list)
Response meets scholarly level writing criteria (no personalization, no contractions)
Response is professionally formatted (fonts are all black, size 12, no hyperlinks, and pages have one inch margins)
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