Mapp v. Ohio

Evidence and Search Warrants

By Persico, Deborah A.

Publishers Summary:
The landmark Supreme Court case that dealt with drawing the line between legal and illegal searches of private residences and what evidence obtained from such searches is admissible in court.

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ISBN
978-0-89490-857-6
Publisher
Springfield, NJ : Enslow Publishers, c1997.


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School Library Journal

Reviewed on June 1, 1997

Gr 8-Up The fourth amendment to the Constitution protects citizens against unreasonable searches and seizures, while the "exclusionary rule" states that any evidence seized in such an unreasonable search is inadmissible in court. When Dolly Mapp was indicted on pornography charges after police searched her Ohio home with a search warrant that proved to be inadequate, neither protection covered her case because each was applicable only to f...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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