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The police stop Ken Krook for no brake lights on his vehicle as he is driving down the road. Officer Michaels ask for consent to search his vehicle and Ken respond, “Well, do I have to consent?” Michaels replies, “no, but its OK right?” Krook does not respond and Michaels begins to search. Once the search begins Michaels finds a kilo of cocaine. Michaels is placed in handcuffs and Michaels searches his pockets. Michaels places Krook in the his police car. 
He continues the search and finds more contraband and things that indicate additional contraband will be found at Krook’s apartment. Officer Michaels prepares a search warrant based on this information and goes to Krook’s apartment. Since Krook is in jail, Michaels focus open the door and begins to search. Micheals finds large quantities of cocaine.
Kens’ attorney files a motion to suppress. After an evidentiary hearing the judge rules the evidence is inadmissible. 
500-700 WORDS!
*Define the exclusionary rule. 
*Discuss alternatives to the suppression of evidence by the trial court and discuss the reasons why or why not the alternatives should be used. 
*Do you think the evidence of serious wrong doing was properly dismissed? Use cases to prove why or why not. Make sure you cite the cases either per APA !!!!


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