The fourth amendment and the exclusionary rule the fourth amendment and the exclusionary rule for the more than 100 years after its ratification the fourth amendment was of little value to criminal defendants because evidence seized by law enforcement in violation of the warrant or reasonableness requirements was still admissible during the defendants prosecution the supreme court . The federal fourth amendment exclusionary rule is viewed by a majority of the us supreme court as a judicially created rule the first exclusionary rule case involving searches and seizures was. The supreme court rejected incorporating the exclusionary rule by way of the fourteenth amendment in wolf v colorado 1949 but wolf was explicitly overruled in mapp v ohio 1961 making the fourth amendment including the exclusionary rule applicable in state proceedings. 357 the fourth amendments exclusionary rule as a constitutional right thomas k clancy the supreme court has candidly admitted that the debate within the court
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