True or false us supreme court decisions strongly suggest that the exclusionary rule applies only to fourth amendment search and seizure cases false true or false the first case in which the us supreme court utilized the exclusionary rule was miranda vs. The supreme court reversed the defendants conviction thereby creating what is known as the exclusionary rule in mapp v ohio 367 us 643 1961 the supreme court made the exclusionary rule applicable to the states. The supreme court rejected incorporating the exclusionary rule by way of the fourteenth amendment in wolf v colorado 1949 157 but wolf was explicitly overruled in mapp v ohio 1961 31 making the fourth amendment including the exclusionary rule applicable in state proceedings. In mapp the court held that the exclusionary rule applied to state criminal proceedings through the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment before the mapp ruling not all states excluded evidence obtained in violation of the fourth amendment
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