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Exam 2: Law and Evidence 50 terms by cherishhxoo Like this study set? Create a free account to save it. Create a free account Create a free account The general rule is that hearsay is what? Not admissible The person with actual or apparent authority would most likely be who? The driver of a car Exceptions to the hearsay rule mandate that the hearsay offered have some what? Indicia of reliability or Indicia of truthfulness Sham roadblocks have been held what? Constitutional The admission of hearsay testimony may sometimes violate what? The 6th Amendment In a case in California, the USSC upheld a police search and seizure of garbage left on the curb by the defendant for pickup because of what? The defendant had no reasonable expectation of privacy in the garbage The fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine is also known as what? The derivative evidence rule The federal exclusionary rule applies when? Only in criminal cases If police can show that the evidence was discovered by 2 methods, one of which was lawful, it may trigger what? The independent source exception ±
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The USSC has specifically held that public school boards may require random drug testing of who? Student athletes and those involved in extra-curricular activities The problem with hearsay testimony is that the person who actually saw the events is what? Not on the witness stand The term hearsay is reportedly a contraction of what Old English phrase? I heard it said Statements made to a physician for the purpose of diagnosis or treatment...?
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