Asked by Brianna Lambert on Jul 08, 2024



The purpose of the exclusionary rule is to

A) keep cameras out of the courtroom.
B) regulate the legality of police searches and seizures.
C) exclude husbands from the abortion decision.
D) protect the identity of rape victims.

Exclusionary Rule

A legal principle in the United States that excludes evidence obtained in violation of a defendant's constitutional rights from being presented in court.

Police Searches

The examination or inspection by law enforcement officers of individuals, vehicles, premises, etc., for illicit material or evidence of illegal activity, usually requiring probable cause or a warrant.

  • Recognize the critical role of Supreme Court decisions in developing criminal procedure and protecting individual rights.

Verified Answer

Jayme Lalaine Hipolito

1 week ago

Final Answer :
Explanation :
The exclusionary rule is designed to regulate the legality of police searches and seizures by preventing illegally obtained evidence from being used in court.