2nd Circ. Refuses To Expand Foreign Wiretap Protections
In a 14-page ruling, a three-judge panel declined to broaden the Fourth Amendment’s “exclusionary rule,” which states that evidence seized in violation of the Fourth Amendment must be suppressed. The exclusionary rule generally does not apply to evidence obtained through searches abroad that are conducted by foreign officials.
In 1992, the Second...
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