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Supreme Court / Exclusionary Rule #288988

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 01, 1983
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(Studio) Supreme Court reported hearing argument on exclusionary rule.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Gladwin Cnty., Michigan) Supreme Court case stemming from murder of Doug. Nash examined; background to case explained. [Former Sheriff Walter SCOTT - recalls finding Nash's remains.] Overturning of Karen Nash's conviction due to Scott's illegal discovery of husband's remains noted. [State investigator sergeant Harold JANISZEWSKI - cites need to use Nash's body as evidence.] Karen Nash noted currently free, awaiting Supreme Court decision. [Nash's attorney Stuart LEV - explains argument against allowing use of Nash's body as evidence.] Problems faced by Supreme Court in ruling on exclusionary rule outlined.
REPORTER: Fred Graham Artist: Don Juhlin

Reporter(s):
Graham, Fred;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:50

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