This article discusses the three most recent Supreme Court cases on the exclusionary rule, Hudson, Herring, and Davis. It is not unsympathetic to the Court's desire to create a non-mandatory rule. It argues, however, that the Court's decisions in these three cases has left a rule that is confused and seriously misconceived.
- Search and seizure,
- exclusionary rule
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