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Q: The exclusionary rule does not prevent prosecutors from using illegally seized evidence to impeach defendants' testimony. a)True b)False
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User: The exclusionary rule does not prevent prosecutors from using illegally seized evidence to impeach defendants' testimony. a)True b)False

Weegy: b)False
Expert answered|BRAINSTORM|Points 1573|

User: The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the exclusionary rule does not apply: a) when there is overwhelming evidence of a defendant's guilt b) in murder and aggravated sexual assault cases c) if the defendant waives his or her Fourth Amendment rights d) to collateral proceedings



Weegy: d) to collateral proceedings
Expert answered|BRAINSTORM|Points 1573|

User: Under the objective test of entrapment, the decision whether a defendant has been entrapped is made by: a) juries. b) judges. c) juries recommend, but the judge makes the final decision d) the judge in consultation with the jury



Weegy: c) juries recommend, but the judge makes the final decision
Expert answered|beboythewizkid|Points 1948|

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The best known and most controversial consequence of illegal government action: a) are civil law suits for damages against police departments. b) is the criminal prosecution of police officers. c) is the exclusionary rule. d) is the suspension or dismissal of police officers.
Weegy: The best known and most controversial consequence of illegal government action is the exclusionary rule. User: The most common mechanism for holding police accountable for their misconduct is: a) a tort lawsuit. b) a section 1983 lawsuit. c) a letter of complaint. d) administrative review and discipline. (More)
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The most common mechanism for holding police accountable for their misconduct is administrative review and discipline.

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