1. Discuss the arguments for an against the exclusionary rule. provide examples and explain your position on the exclusionary rule. 2. Review the Nix v. Williams case and respond to the following: do you feel that the United States Supreme Court made the correct assumption in stating that the searchers probably would have found the deceased girl’s body, even without the information provided by Williams? If the United States Supreme Court had ruled that the subsequent discovery of the body and related evidence was fruit of the poisonous tree, would justice have been served? Why or why not? 3. What are the possible causes of mistaken eyewitness identification? Discuss each thorougly. 4. Describe and discuss three examples of special needs searches. Be sure to provide examples within your answer. 5. What other ways, other than lineups, can be used by police to make the identification of a person as the perpetrator of a crime more reliable?