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The Exclusionary Rule prevents evidence from being admitted in court if it was o
The Exclusionary Rule prevents evidence from being admitted in court if it was obtained in violation of the defendant's rights. The intent was to deter intentional police misconduct. Considering the fact that most major cases that go through the appeals process are ultimately decided on a split decision (5-4 or 6-3) by the Supreme Court Justices, does the Exclusionary Rule work? If the 9 top judges can't agree whether evidence was lawfully obtained after months of study and debate, how do we expect law enforcement officers to make the correct choice in 10 seconds or 10 minutes? Are there more effective deterrents to this issue? https://www.oyez.org/cases/1967/67
Search and Seizure: Mapp v. Ohio

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