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Lecture 8: The Exclusionary Rule

Functions of Punishment

I. The Fourth Amendment in its Original Context

I. History of the Exclusionary Rule

III. Deontological Defenses of the Exclusionary Rule

IV. Consequentialist Defenses

V. Objections to the Rule

VI. Alternatives to the Exclusionary Rule

VII. The Leon Decision: "Good Faith" Exceptions

VIII.Interpreting the Bill of Rights


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