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The Great Balancing Act: The Rights of the Accused vs. the Rights of Society Limits on Conduct of Police Officers & Prosecutors Defendant’s Pretrial Rights.

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1 The Great Balancing Act: The Rights of the Accused vs. the Rights of Society Limits on Conduct of Police Officers & Prosecutors Defendant’s Pretrial Rights Trial Rights

2 Extending the Rights of the Accused –Protect the innocent –Due process –Key SCOTUS cases: Gideon v. Wainwright (1963) – Miranda v. Arizona (1966) – The Great Balancing Act: The Rights of the Accused vs. the Rights of Society

3 General Search Warrants –Unconstitutional Exclusionary Rule –A policy forbidding the admission at trial of illegally seized evidence  a demonstration of facts that permit a reasonable belief that a crime has been committed Mapp v. Ohio (1961) The Great Balancing Act: The Rights of the Accused vs. the Rights of Society


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