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Bibliography:Exclusionary Rule. (2009, June 10). Retrieved March 02, 2017, from Exclusionary Rule Pros and Cons List | Navajo Code Talkers. (n.d.). Retrieved March 02, 2017, from
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Week 1 DiscussionFerdico, J. N., Fradella, H. F., & Totten, C. D. (2016). Criminal procedure for the criminal justice professional. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.How to Suppress Evidence. (n.d.). Retrieved March 02, 2017, from -procedure/how-to-suppress-evidence.htmlLombardo, C. (2015, June 28). Pros and Cons of Exclusionary Rule. Retrieved March 02, 2017, from Response #1 – Marie HerbsterGreat post. The exclusionary rule is a great safety net to make sure that our rights are not violated. Manybelieve the exclusionary rule is unconstitutional. Even though the exclusionary rule runs along the same lines at the Fourth amendment it is not actually a part of it (Exclusionary Rule Pros and Cons List). But I believe that even though it wasn’t written in our constitution it outlines our right. The Constitution was written so that our government could treat citizens fairly. They have laws and regulations that they needto follow. Everyone has to be treated equally and that’s what our rights are there for to make sure we aretreated the same as everyone else. A motion to suppress evidence is made by defendants who believe they are aggrieved by either an unlawful search and seizure or an unlawfully obtained admission or confession (Ferdico, Fradella, Totten, 2016). The purpose of a motion to suppress is: to enable the defendant to invoke the exclusionary rule and prevent the use of illegally obtained evidence at trial, and to enable the court to resolve the issue of the legality of a search and seizure or confession without interrupting the trial (Ferdico, Fradella, Totten, 2016).Bibliography: Exclusionary Rule Pros and Cons List | Navajo Code Talkers. (n.d.). Retrieved March 02, 2017, from Ferdico, J. N., Fradella, H. F., & Totten, C. D. (2016). Criminal procedure for the criminal justice professional. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.Response #2 – Jaclyn SanchezGreat post. Many believe the exclusionary rule is unconstitutional. Even though the exclusionary rule runs along the same lines at the Fourth amendment it is not actually a part of it (Exclusionary Rule Pros and Cons List). But I believe that even though it wasn’t written in our Constitution it outlines our right Fourth Amendment. The Constitution was written so that our government could treat citizens fairly and like you said so our Constitutional rights aren’t being taken away from us. I also agree that it isn’t fair that officers are not reprimanded for finding evidence illegally. As an Officer they should know our rights
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Week 1 Discussionlike the back of their hand and should know when they are doing something that is against our rights. They should be held accountable for their actions. They should be held to a higher standard, because they are here to protect and serve our community.
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