Analyze and explain the use of the Exclusionary Rule by the Supreme Court of the United States. Define how the Exclusionary Rule has affected the use of evidence acquired from police search and seizure cases.

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Analyze and explain the use of the Exclusionary Rule by the Supreme Court of the United States. Define how the Exclusionary Rule has affected the use of evidence acquired from police search and seizure cases. Compare and contrast each of the following cases and the effects that the ruling decision by the Supreme Court has had on evidence obtained from police search and seizure. What constitutes a reasonable search? How is search and seizure governed by the Fourth Amendment? How do you feel that the police could have completed their searches in these cases more efficiently? Prepare your case study in the following three cases: Weeks v. the United States (1914) – Exclusionary rule applied to federal law enforcement agencies Rochin v. California (1952) – Exclusionary rule applied to all cases involving extreme police misconduct Mapp v. Ohio (1961) – Exclusionary rule applied to all law enforcement agencies (local, state, and federal) The completed assignment must be a minimum of five pages in length, not including the title page and reference list. You must include at least 5 references. The entire case study assignment must be written following APA style guidelines. Therefore, the APA rules for formatting, quoting, paraphrasing, citing, and the listing of sources are to be followed.

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