Weeks v. United States. Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg · Supreme
Court of the United States. Argued December 2–3, 1913. Decided February 24 ...
Police entered the home of Fremont Weeks and seized papers which were used
to convict him of transporting lottery tickets through the mail. This was done ...
Weeks v. United States. No. 461. Argued December 2, 3, 1913. Decided
February 24,1914. 232 U.S. 383. ERROR TO THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Case opinion for US Supreme Court WEEKS v. US. Read the Court's full decision
Summary. In a unanimous decision by Justice Day, the Supreme Court created
the “exclusionary rule,” holding that the use of illegally seized evidence at federal
Weeks v. United States - Significance, Great Principles Must Not Be Sacrificed, A
Personal Right Of The Defendant?, Impact ...
Weeks v. United States marked the creation of the exclusionary rule, which
originally stated that evidence obtained in violation of the Fourth Amendment's ...
Weeks v. United States, 232 U.S. 383 (1914). Fremont Weeks was indicted for
unlawful use of the mails for transporting lottery tickets in violation of federal ...
Weeks v. United States Case Brief. United States Supreme Court. 232 U.S. 383 (
1914). ISSUE: Should the trial judge have excluded evidence obtained from a ...
Summary of Weeks v. United States. Citation: 232 U.S. 383. Relevant Facts:
Police entered Fremont Weeks' home and executed a warrantless search of the ...