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Chapter 7 And Case 7

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Chapter 7 October 1 2012Procedural Law Dont read the structure of the US law enforcementSkip Policing and the lawPage 332thThe 4 amendmentThe right of the people to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized Exclusionary Rule it was created by the US Supreme CourtoA illegally obtained evidence including testimonies cannot be used in criminal prosecutions Purpose Deter policeby moving the incentive to obtain legally seized evidence o1914 Weeks v USInstead they acted to make a seizure of private papers thin direct violation of the constitutional prohibition against such actions 4 amendmentThey saw the door was opened walked in his house proceeded to search his house and find papers which they took Federal agents went back they didnt have a warrant either and they took some addition papers that the other local police had not takeno1961 Mapp v OhioSelective incorporation doctrine they are going to apply this to the states thwith the 14 amendmentdue process ndMapp and her daughter lived up on the 2 floorPolice came up there because they had gotten a tip that there was a man with a bomb where she lives She popped her head out the window and asked her if there was a man there and she told them to go get a warrant and that he wasnt thereThey had to hang around there for a couple of hours
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