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What is the rationale for not admitting evidence that is obtained in violation of the constitution?

What is the rationale for not admitting evidence that is obtained in violation of the constitution?

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The court has rules that enable the evidence to be admitted or not admitted to the court so that it uphold the constitution... View the full answer

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