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The federal exclusionary rule may be triggered by violation of which of the following?
the Fourth Amendment
The federal Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule is viewed by a majority of the U.S. Supreme Court as a:
judicially created rule
The first exclusionary rule case involving searches and seizures was:
Mapp v. Ohio
The U.S. Supreme Court made the Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule binding in all federal court cases in the 1914 case of:
Weeks v. Ohio
The prosecution must show beyond a reasonable doubt that the evidence erroneously admitted did not contribute to the conviction in order to prove:
The silver platter doctrine:
has been overruled by the Supreme Court
In order for a person to invoke the exclusionary rule, they must have:
Which of the following is an exception to the "fruit of the poisonous tree" doctrine?
Which of the following is not currently an exception to the exclusionary rule?
The exclusionary rule provides that evidence obtained by government officials in violation of the Fourth Amendment ban on unreasonable searches and seizures is not admissible in:
a criminal proceeding as evidence of guilt
The purpose of the exclusionary rule is to:
deter police misconduct
The exclusionary rule means that evidence illegally seized by state or federal officers cannot be used in:
any state or federal prosecution
In Mapp v. Ohio (1961), the U.S. Supreme Court:
made the exclusionary rule applicable against the states
The primary procedural mechanism for invoking the exclusionary rule is a motion to:
Which of the following is not an exception to the exclusionary rule?