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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
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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
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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
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