Exclude Evidence You Exclude Justice? A Critical Evaluation of Israel's Exclusionary Rule after Issacharov

16 Southwestern J. Int’l L. 385 (2010)

UC Hastings Research Paper No. 272

67 Pages Posted: 29 Jan 2018 Last revised: 4 Mar 2018

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Binyamin Blum

UC Hastings; Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Faculty of Law; Stanford Law School

Date Written: January 21, 2011

Abstract

This paper analyzes the gap between the rhetorical commitment of the Israeli Supreme Court to exclude unlawfully obtained and its practices. Providing an empirical study of all of the decisions handed down after Issacharov, this paper provides an explanation of why the Israeli Supreme Court has failed to live up to its rhetorical commitment to defendants' rights.

Suggested Citation

Blum, Binyamin, Exclude Evidence You Exclude Justice? A Critical Evaluation of Israel's Exclusionary Rule after Issacharov (January 21, 2011). 16 Southwestern J. Int’l L. 385 (2010), UC Hastings Research Paper No. 272, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3106146

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