Tonja Jacobi


The article presents information on the legal and economic implications of the exclusionary rule. It explains that exclusionary rule does not work for defendants or non-defendants and harms defendants through juror resistance, juror error and a preserve screening effect. It overviews the drawbacks of solutions that were proposed to solve problems associated with jury instructions and civil remedies.



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