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Government Rules That Government Can Use Illegally Obtained Evidence in Court

Government Rules That Government Can Use Illegally Obtained Evidence in Court:

The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that police can use evidence they obtained illegally against a defendant in court….

The justices voted five-to-three in favor of a lawbreaking police officer in Utah v. Strieff, a drug-related case involving a Utah man.

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