The Exclusionary Rule as a Remedy
Loewy, Arnold H.
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Argues that the Court was correct in concluding that the exclusionary rule is a remedy, rather than a right. The advocates that the Court has been incorrect in its parsimonious use of the exclusionary rule as a remedy in that the Court consistently undervalues the importance of the exclusionary rule and, at the same time, overrates the harm that the rule can do.