Do you think that the Supreme Court places too many restrictions on the police with Miranda and the Exclusionary Rule? Why or why not?

2 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    The supreme court has become corrupt and bought.

  • 2 months ago

    The exclusionary rule permits a criminal defendant to prevent the prosecution from introducing at trial otherwise admissible evidence that was obtained in violation of the Constitution. In a sense the term "exclusionary rule" is misleading, because there are many exclusionary rules. Some, such as the rule against hearsay, exclude evidence because it is not very reliable. Others, such as a rule prohibiting a witness from testifying if the calling party did not disclose the witness before trial, are sanctions for the failure to comply with a nonconstitutional rule.

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