Dollree Mapp v. Ohio
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Cops thought that Dollree was hiding a bomber, went into her house without a warrant, despite her telling them no.
Well, we didn't find a bomber, but we found some illicit pictures, let's arrest her.
Take it to the Supreme Court
Those pictures are a right given by freedom of expression.
Okay, let's just talk about that then
Are those materials protected by the First Amendment?
I'm not sure, but they were illegally obtained
We've got it!!
TWO MONTHS LATER
In a 6-3 decision, we decided to disregard the First Amendment issue, but we do decree that all illegally obtained evidence is invalid in any court
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