| ||Search and Seizure: Mapp v. Ohio|
This documentary explores the landmark Fourth Amendment case Mapp v. Ohio in which the U.S. Supreme Court determined that evidence illegally obtained by police is not admissible in state courts. The 1961 case, as told with the help of Dollree "Dolly" Mapp, redefined the rights of the accused and set lmits on how police could obtain and use evidence. (25 min).
A Conversation on the Constitution: Search and Seizure
Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and high school students discuss the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure, the exclusionary rule and its evolution, Supreme Court rulings about the amendment, and how they affected police and individuals.
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