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Criminal Procedure Ombudsman as a Substitute for the Exclusionary Rule: A Proposal
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1973)
Responds to the exclusionary rule by proposing the need for an ombudsman in the Texas criminal justice system. This ombudsman would help individuals who have potentially suffered constitutional violations at the hands of ...
Excluding Criminal Evidence Texas-Style: Can Private Searches Poison the Fruit?
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1981)
Examines the extent to which the Texas exclusionary rule applies to private persons as well as the government. Texas provides greater protections to criminal defendants than does the federal government, making evidence ...