Equivalent difference, Exclusionary rule
Sturm College of Law
Perhaps no other area of American jurisprudence is as controversial as the exclusionary rule. Rejected by all other civilized countries2 and held in contempt by much of the American public, the rule reached its zenith during the Warren Court, only to be chipped away a little at a time by the Burger Court. Indeed, if the rule is ever to die, it seems destined to go out with a whimper rather than a bang. . .
Robert M. Hardaway, Equivalent Deterrence: A Proposed Alternative to the Exclusionary Rule in Criminal Proceedings, 11 CRIM. JUST. J. 357 (1989).
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