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This rule holds that illegally obtained evidence cannot be used in a federal court?

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That would be double jeopardy rule.
exclusionary rule is the correct answer, double jeopardy is incorrect that is when someone can not be tried again for the same charges.

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You sure? I could've sworn..
Double Jeapordy was the right answer my school marked it as right :)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exclusionary_rule I suggest you switch schools.
Ah I knew it! lol
The answer is not double jeopardy. The answer is exclusionary rule.

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