The deterrence rationale for the exclusionary rule aa

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Question 5 of 223.5/ 3.5 PointsThe deterrence rationale for the exclusionary rule:A.a. is based on the idea that courts need to be discouraged from using illegally seized evidence.B.b. is concerned with deterring judges who issue bad warrants.C.c. is no longer the primary justification for the rule.D.d. is based on the belief that excluding good evidence because it was illegally obtained send a message to law enforcement.Answer Key: D
Question 6 of 223.5/ 3.5 PointsA defendant's motion to change venue does not waive the right to be tried in the state and districtwhere the crime was located.
Question 7 of 223.5/ 3.5 PointsA defendant's youthful age at the time he committed a murder is considered an aggravating factor in most death penalty sentencing statutes.
Question 8 of 223.5/ 3.5 PointsIf a defendant's constitutional right to a speedy trial is violated:

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