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Some exceptions to the exclusionary rule have been allowed when minor technical errors in the gathering of evidence occurred, this is known as:
Weegy: d This rule is occasionally referred to as a legal technicality because it allows defendants a defense that does not address whether the crime was actually committed. [ In this respect, it is similar to the explicit rule in the Fifth Amendment protecting people from double jeopardy. In strict cases, when an illegal action is used by police/prosecution to gain any incriminating result, all evidence whose recovery stemmed from the illegal action—this evidence is known as "fruit of the poisonous tree"—can be thrown out from a jury (or be grounds for a mistrial if too much information has been irrevocably revealed). ] (More)
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The defendant had a(n) ____ with only a judge deciding the case.
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The defendant had a BENCH TRIAL with only a judge deciding the case.

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The defendant had a(n) ____ with only a judge deciding the case.
Weegy: The defendant had a(n) bench trial with only a judge deciding the case. (More)
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Which of the following is not a public assembly that has limits placed upon the event? a. picketing c. parades b. private property displays d. demonstrations
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Private property displays is not a public assembly that has limits placed upon the event.
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What is involuntary servitude? a. unpaid labor c. unpaid volunteer labor b. forced labor d. working to pay off debt
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