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What is the good faith rule?

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Francesca Atkinson

Good faith is an abstract and comprehensive term that encompasses a sincere belief without any desire to defraud others.


Abbot Harrison

Evidence may be introduced at trial, despite the invalidity of a warrant for its seizure, if the police acted in the good faith.

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