good faith exception
Legal Definition of good faith exception
: an exception to the exclusionary rule: evidence obtained by the use of a warrant later found to be unsupported by probable cause is admissible if the investigating officers acted in reasonable reliance that the warrant was valid — see also Mapp v. Ohio
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