Expanding the Scope of the Good-Faith Exception to the Exclusionary Rule to Include a Law Enforcement Officer’s Reasonable Reliance on Well-Settled Case Law that is Subsequently Overruled

August 01, 2010
This article examines the historical development of the good-faith exception through Herring v. United States, discusses the split in authority that has come about as a result of the Supreme Court’s decisions in Arizona v. Gant and Herring, and analyzes arguments for and against broadening the scope of the good-faith exception to the exclusionary rule.