DRIPPDelaware River Invasive Plant Partnership
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Thomas III, that "[j]udges trained in the common law method are unlikely to take it upon themselves to adopt such a complex, legislative-type, global solution to a so-far unyielding problem" and are unlikely to be "institutionally capable of crafting the discerning solution that Dripps envisions.
Professor Dripps may not be willing to call a tort remedy against the police a perfect one unless it includes a provision that "either party may introduce polygraph evidence and the failure of the opposing party to introduce such evidence.
Professor Dripps may have overstated the point somewhat, but not, I think, by very much when he observed: "For every prosecution aborted by the constitutional exclusionary rules, roughly a hundred founder because of numbingly prosaic procedural problems.