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The Exclusionary Rule in Historical Perspective: The Struggle to Make the Fourth Amendment More than \u27An Empty Blessing\u27

By Yale Kamisar

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In the 65 years since the Supreme Court adopted the exclusionary rule, few critics have attacked it with as much vigor and on as many fronts as did Judge Malcolm Wilkey in his recent Judicature article, The exclusionary rule: why suppress valid evidence? (November 1978)

Topics: Exclusionary rule, United States Supreme Court, Police, Police misconduct, Searches, Seizures, Admissibility, Consitutional interpretation, Mapp v. Ohio, Crime, Wolf v. Colorado, California Supreme Court, Gun control, New York City, Detroit, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Fourth Amendment, Law Enforcement and Corrections, Supreme Court of the United States
Publisher: University of Michigan Law School Scholarship Repository
Year: 1979
OAI identifier: oai:repository.law.umich.edu:articles-1630
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