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"Is the Exclusionary Rule in Failing Health--Some New Data and a Plea against a Precipitous Conclusion"   flag  7

62 Kentucky Law Journal 681
Canon, Bradley C
Kentucky Law Journal
United States

Cases Referring to this Journal Article

Case Name Citation(s) Court Jurisdiction Date †  Full Text Citation Index
United States v Ross 655 F2d 1159; 210 USApp DC 342 United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit United States - District of Columbia 13 Oct 1981 WorldLII flag 13
United States v R Brown 663 F2d 229; 214 USApp DC 52 United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit United States - District of Columbia 10 Aug 1981 WorldLII flag 8
United States v Janis 428 US 433; 96 SCt 3021; 49 L Ed 2d 1046; 76-2 USTC 16229; 38 AFTR2d 76-5378 United States Supreme Court United States 4 Oct 1976 WorldLII flag 197
Stone v Powell 428 US 465; 49 L Ed 2d 1067; 96 SCt 3037 United States Supreme Court United States 4 Oct 1976 WorldLII flag 943
United States v Peltier 422 US 531; 45 L Ed 2d 374; 95 SCt 2313; (1975) 43 USLW 4918 United States Supreme Court United States 25 Jun 1975 WorldLII flag 117

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- Surveillance: an interim report [2001] NSWLRC 98 New South Wales Law Reform Commission Australia - New South Wales circa 2001 AustLII flag

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"Excluding the Exclusionary Rule: Natural Law vs Judicial Personal Policy Preferences" (2005) 10 Deakin Law Review 772 Washington, Ellis Australia circa 2005 AustLII flag

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