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good faith cause. The district argued that the evidence should stay because Officer Miller wasacting in good faith that he was conducting a legal search. This case showed that police officerscan use the good faith exception to violate fourth amendment rights in some situations.
4Good Faith Exception and the Exclusionary RuleReference:“Busby, J. C. (2017, June 22). Good Faith Exception to Exclusionary Rule. Retrieved from“Wessler, N. F. (2014, October 29). The Good-Faith Exception Gives Cops a Pass on IllegalSearches. Courts Keep Expanding It. Retrieved from-politics/2014/10/polices-good-faith-exception-courts-keep-expanding-exception-that-gives-police-pass-on-illegal-searches.html“Schwartzbach, M. (2014, December 18). Police Searches and the Good Faith Exception.Retrieved from-exception.html“Exclusionary Rule. (n.d.). Retrieved from
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Spring
Professor
CHRIS LOEFFLER
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Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, good faith exception

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