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Exclusionary Rules and Investigations

Explain why you believe or don't believe that exceptions to the Exclusionary Rule should be made.

Select three exceptions to the Exclusionary Rule and cite your reasons for their validity and any reason why the exceptions may be in error if you believe any of them are.

Explain the conditions in which you would allow your investigators to lie to a suspect during an investigation and why it would be alright to do so. Use a short scenario to demonstrate your intended meaning to them.

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Explain why you believe or don't believe that exceptions to the Exclusionary Rule should be made

Exceptions to the Exclusionary rule should be made in scenarios where the evidence would have been discovered anyways or what is considered Inevitable Discovery Doctrine. This is particularly true for scenarios wherein the rule doesn't apply to murders. If a suspect has hidden a body that would eventually be discovered, and police convince the wife of the suspect to convince the suspect to confess despite the suspect invoking their right to a lawyer as well as husband/wife privilege, I believe that the exclusionary rule should not apply in this ...

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This response looks what whether there should be exceptions to the exclusionary rule and the validity to these exceptions.

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