What do you think the ultimate impact of good-faith exceptions will be on American criminal justice and do you think the Court should ever have created the good-faith exception?
Well first- even though I know who I'm talking to. What do you know about the good-faith exception rule?
Well the good-faith exception is a legal doctrine that allows an exemption to the exclusionary rule.
The exception allows for courts to consider the police officer's mental state.
From what I know, the exclusionary rule is something related to how an officer or somebody collects evidence illegally, right?
It's like an advantage in the court room.
By the wording of the rule "good-faith", I would say they use it as a way to catch re occurring criminals in order to spare victims of his/her eventual release. I would say it's a good rule but should have limits to how well this officer is known, rank excluded.
If that makes sense
Thank you for your answer, lol.
I'm getting there.
I'm figuring it out I meant XD
XD Oh- Yeah it's not that hard. It's a simple question. Just gotta break it down
Need help with anything else or we good now >->