CRIJ 3310 SAMPLE EXAM - 3 1984 U.S Sup Ct case admitting...

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CRIJ 3310 SAMPLE EXAM 071 TRUE/ FALSE 1. The exclusionary rule is a product of judicial implications and is not explicitly stated in the U.S. Constitution. 2. The exclusionary rule normally is applicable to the 8th Amendment rights. 3. Texas has its own version of the "exclusionary rule" which may be unaffected by Federal law. 4. The Texas Supreme Court is the highest-ranking criminal appeals court in the state. 5. In Texas a district court has original jurisdiction over felony grade offenses. MATCHING 1. Early U.S. Sup. Ct. case that excluded illegally seized evidence from FEDERAL courts. 2. U.S. Sup. Ct. case that excluded illegally seized evidence from all U.S. and state courts.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. 1984 U.S. Sup. Ct. case admitting evidence seized on warrant issued with-out probable cause because the officers had acted in "good faith" (major exception to exclusionary rule). 4. Doctrine allowing admission of evidence illegally seized if it would have been found eventually anyhow. 5. Procedural theory in which all Bill of Rights provisions apply to the states; one constitutional standard. A. U.S. v. Leon AC. Mapp v. Ohio B. Inevitable discovery AD. Weeks v. U.S. C. Derivative evidence rule AE. "True Bill" D. Independent Source BC. Double Jeopardy E. Total Incorporation BD. 14th Amendment AB. "Silver Platter Doctrine" BE. Exclusionary Rule...
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