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- n. Evidence that has been obtained as the result of an illegal act on the part of law enforcement personnel (such as a warrantless search, or continued questioning of a witness who has invoked the right of counsel), and which is therefore excluded from being admitted as evidence in a trial.
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- n. a rule that once primary evidence is determined to have been illegally obtained any secondary evidence following from it may also not be used
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