The Exclusionary Rule
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A letter from a Senator to Congress defending the exclusionary rule while decrying the overly strict limits placed on police discretionary powers in obtaining evidence pursuant to an arrest and presenting evidence at trial.
From the Paper:"To The Congress of the United States, From Senator John Adams, Re: A Rejection of Strict Application of the Exclusionary Rule of Evidence.
"The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution with its ban on unreasonable searches and seizure is the constitutional provision that more directly than any other governs police operations and administrative investigations. The Amendment emerges as one element on the effort to clarify the rights of individuals vis-a-vis governmental powers by balancing these rights against the..."
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