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WASHINGTON, D. C. – In a 5-4 opinion, the Supreme Court decided to pull back on the “exclusionary rule” for LE investigations, ruling that evidence from an illegal search may be used when a police officer makes an innocent mistake.  This ruling signals that the court is ready to rethink the rule, giving prosecutors and judges more leeway to use evidence that is oftentimes thought of as questionable.

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