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Evidentiary Rulings as Police Reform

BY SETH STOUGHTON, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 429 (2015). Introduction: How can law be a mechanism for police reform? The most familiar answer, for legal scholars who work on the regulation of law enforcement, is as a deterrent: the law sets some limit on police behavior and imposes some sanction for violations. Two examples that […]