Also, international law in the form of signed treaties are law in the US, per the Constitution.
Treaties require a 2/3 vote by the Senate in the US Constitution. This vote creates a local law. The Senate can repeal that law. So like I said. International law only exists if the participating countries enforce it with local laws. The closest thing to international law in the United States are rights. Under American legal philosophy these rights are not created by the Constitution. Rather they are given to man by God or are self evident human rights. Thus privacy, freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, our God given rights. They apply to non citizens because God gave those rights to all people.
above.. international law
All national goverments are above international law. International law only exists if a participating country enforces it with a local law.
Lots of companies have gotten to the prototype phase of a roadable aircraft. None of them worked liked the cars seen in the Jetsons.
but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized
Presumably this is about searching with a warrent.