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14) As evidenced by the Ward decision, the factual connection to the residence can be as simple as a reasonable inference by the magistrate that drug dealers often keep evidence and contraband at their residence.
6) The decision evidenced the Court's view that an "unbending application of the exclusionary sanction to enforce the ideals of governmental rectitude would impede unacceptably the truth-finding functions of the judge and jury.
The need for the system is evidenced by a recent survey of over 1,000 Americans age 18 and older, conducted for GE Medical Systems, in which 67% said they thought that in general, patients always or sometimes undergo unnecessary medical imaging tests such as MRIs, CT and PET scans, to diagnose illness.
Instead, as evidenced by the jurors' post-trial comments, this case became an exercise in punishing an unpopular industry.