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Instructional Objectives for this activity:
-Explain law enforcement procedures beginning with initial contact with a suspect through an arrest.
-Explain rights and procedures of accused persons from initial court appearance to verdict.
-Discuss the exclusionary rule and the Fourth Amendment ban on unreasonable searches and seizures.
-Discuss the exclusionary rule in regard to the Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination.
-Discuss the exclusionary rule and the Sixth Amendment right to counsel.
-Discuss lawsuits against federal and state government.
-Describe civil rights actions under Title 42 of the Civil Rights Act.
You have examined the Exclusionary Rule, which prevents evidence seized in violation of the Constitution from being used against the accused, and you have examined other remedies against those who committed the violations of the Constitutional protections.
After carefully reviewing the material in the learning activities, use a word processing program to complete the following:
1. Prepare a case brief of the landmark case in Chapter 10 of your textbook,M. Ohio,app v including facts, procedural history, issue, rule, analysis, and conclusion. Label each component of the brief.
2. Respond to the questions below:
-Define the exclusionary rule. There are three justifications for the exclusionary rule. What are they? Explain the rationale behind each one. Which justification does the US Supreme Court use today?
-List five exceptions to the exclusionary rule. Define and explain each one.