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Why is the exclusionary rule a controversial provision in some legal circles?

Some potential consequences of the exclusionary law is that it could keep evidence that is pertinent to a case out of the courtroom. If it is the only evidence that could keep be used to convict a guilty person it is problematic.


What supreme court diminished the scope of the exclusionary rule?

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What supreme court case diminished the scope of the exclusionary rule?

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The exclusionary rule is an example of a rule written?

to protect citizens' rights.


Should the exclusionary rule be abandoned?

Yes, the Exculsionary Rule should be abandoned.


Evidence gained by the police from an illegal act is subject to which rule?

The Exclusionary Rule.


The US Supreme Court has declined to extend the exclusionary rule to searches conducted by whom?

The Supreme Court created an exception to the exclusionary rule for searches conducted by school administrators.


What is a great introduction to a Reflection Paper?

Probable cause and the exclusionary rule


How is the exclusionary rule used in Jeffery Dahmer's case?

That was not used in this case.


What is the significance of US v Calandra 414 US 338?

grand juries are not held to the same standard in regards to the exclusionary rule as police are... the exclusionary rule deters unlawful police conduct allowing the exclusionary rule for grand juries "unduly" interferes with the duties of the grand jury that are in merits supposed to be quick and effective Holding: The Court holds that the exclusionary rule in search and seizure cases does not apply to grand jury proceedings because the principal objective of the rule is "to deter future unlawful police conduct," and "it is unrealistic to assume that application of the rule to grand jury proceedings would significantly further that goal." Dissent: exclusionary rule protects against "all potential victims of unlawful government conduct"


What states that evidence obtained in an illegal search may not be introduced at trial?

The exclusionary rule states that evidence obtained in an illegal search or seizure may not be introduced at trial. This rule is based on the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which protects against unreasonable searches and seizures.


What rule states that if law enforcement does not gather evidence properly it cant be used in a trial?

exclusionary rule