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A district attorney has evidence of a child molester’s guilt.The problem is that the police obtained the evidence without a search warrant. The evidence is watertight. There is also every reason to think that this man is going to repeat his crimes if he is released. The DA can doctor the paperwork to cover up the procedural error. He has a duty not to do so. He also has a duty to prevent crime. By tampering with the evidence a bit he can do just that.

What ought he to do and why?

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Discussion Question-District Attorney Dilemma
The problem, the law enforcement authorities did not obtain a search warrant which invalidates
the evidence before presented in court. There is evidence that the offender is gui...

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Thanks, good work

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