The dissent in Herring v. U.S. (2009) argued that the exclusionary rule should apply to a search conducted pursuant to an arrest warrant that was later discovered to have been recalled months earlier because:
In Arizona v. Evans, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the exclusionary rule does not require suppression of evidence incident to an arrest stemming from inaccurate computer records because of who was involved in keeping the records.
The exception to the exclusionary rule which allows the admission of evidence if the police reasonably and honestly relied on a search warrant valid on its face but defective in fact is the _____________________.
The idea that evidence that has been illegally obtained, but would have eventually found through constitutional means should thus not be excluded by virtue of the exclusionary rule is _______________________.
Identify the difference between the subjective and objective tests of entrapment. Identify two elements in the subjective test of entrapment and the two kinds of circumstances the government can use to prove defendants' predisposition to commit crimes.