exclusionary rule

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August 20, 2014

 

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The Weeks Court further stated that a court should not sanction illegal government conduct by admitting into evidence the fruits of that illegal conduct. In Silverthorne Lumber v. United States, the Supreme Court prohibited introducing evidence which items have been directly seized during an illegal government search also any evidence indirectly derived from that search...
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United States, the Supreme Court prohibited introducing evidence which items have been directly seized during an illegal government search also any evidence indirectly derived from that search. Originally, the exclusionary rule announced in Weeks did not apply to the states because at that time the Supreme Court limited the application of the Fourth Amendment to the Federal Government...
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