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Mapp v. Ohio (4th Admenment)
4th Admenment : Exclusionary rule
Does the Exclusionary rule apply to state courts? The exclusionary rule holds that evidence seized in violation of the 4th amendment may not be used against the accused at trail.
If a search is done in violation of the 4th amendment but if valid evidence is recovered then that evidence shouldn't be thrown out and the accused shouldn't be freed.
The 4th amendment strictly implies that the use of evidence obtained in violation of the amendment is unconstitutional. Without the deterrent effect provided by the rule, the 4th amendment would be reduced to a mere form of words.
The Exclusionary rule is extended to the state courts. Mapp v. Ohio goes in favor of Mapp and the people.
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