Dickerson v. United States (2001) and the exclusionary rule? 3 questions

Apr 16th, 2014
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I just need these 3 questions answered in a couple paragraphs to help wrap up my essay.

Does the decision made by the Supreme Court in Dickerson have implications for the federal exclusionary rule? 

If Miranda is a command of the Constitution and cannot be overruled by Congress isn’t the exclusionary rule a rule of the Constitution? 

The current U.S. Supreme Court position is that the exclusionary rule is a court-made rule and not a command of the Constitution. Can that logic survive Dickerson? Why or why not?

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