Attenuation Doctrine

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This term is often used in Criminal procedure.

The rule providing that evidence obtained by illegal means may nonetheless be admissible if the connection between the evidence and the illegal means is sufficiently attenuated or remote.

This is an exception to the fruit-of-the-poisonous tree Doctrine.

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