Mapp v. Ohio

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Title: Mapp v. Ohio
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Subject: American History
Date: November 25, 1999
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In its ruling, the Supreme Court of Ohio recognized that "a reasonable argument" could be made that the conviction should be reversed "because the ?methods' employed to obtain the evidence?were such as to offend a sense of justice." But the court also stated that the materials were admissible evidence...
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The Court explained its ruling by differentiating between evidence that was peacefully seized from an inanimate object, such as a trunk, rather than forcibly seized from an individual. Based on this decision, Mapp's appeal was denied and her conviction was upheld...
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