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As is noted in our textbook, “the exclusionary rule has been attacked ever since its recognition, but no one has ever summarized the frustration… better than justice cardozo… when he lamented: ‘the criminal is to go free because the constable has blundered.’” (kanovitz, p. 236)
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As is noted in our textbook, “the exclusionary rule has been attacked ever since its recognition, but no one has ever summarized the frustration… better than justice cardozo… when he lamented: ‘the criminal is to go free because the constable has blundered.’” (kanovitz, p. 236)
Written assignment: Answer the following question: As is noted in our textbook, “the exclusionary rule has been attacked ever since its recognition, but no one has ever summarized the frustration… better than Justice Cardozo… when he lamented: ‘The criminal is to go free because the constable has blundered.’” (Kanovitz, p. 236) Do you agree with the general policy reasons behind the acceptance of the exclusionary rule? Why or why not? Be sure to back up your answer with support from the textbook, cases, and/ or other course resources. Be sure to also use proper legal citation form (or APA for non-legal sources). See the general resources section on proper citation form.

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