University of Baltimore Law Review


Analysis of three cases—Harris v. New York, United States v. Calandra and Michigan v. Tucker—reveals a systematic attack by the current Supreme Court on the exclusionary concept in search and seizure and self-incrimination cases. The author examines the Court's treatment of precedent cases and explores the logical framework of the erosion of the exclusionary rule's protections accorded persons accused of crime.

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