Exclusionary Rule Exceptions in Criminal Justice


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Subject: Criminal JusticeExclusion rule for Fourth Amendment[ CITATION Uni84 \l 1033 ] : This case involves a matter wherein the Supreme Court of UnitedStates has created a good faith exception to the exclusionary rule. As an exception to theexclusionary rule, acting in good faith is provided to law enforcement officials in relianceupon the search warrants while obtaining the evidence. The Fourth Amendment prohibitsboth unreasonable searches and seizures, therefore introducing the requirement of a probablecause.[ CITATION Dra59 \l 1033 ] As one of the fundamental rights, this exception of good faithallows evidence obtained by law enforcement or police officers to rely on the search warrantthey believe to be valid and admissible during the trial. Exceptions to Fifth Amendment In the case of [ CITATION New84 \l 1033 ], Public safety exception, as an exception to the FifthAmendment can be administered by the police officers. In cases concerning public safety, thepolice officers need not follow the strict stipulations of not asking suspects questionsimmediately after their arrest. This exception departs from the principle by expressly invitingpolice officers to coerce defendants into making incriminating statements and then permittingthe prosecutors to take up these statements during trial procedure.[ CITATION Ste84 \l 1033 ] I1
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