La regla de exclusión de la prueba ilícita en España, estudio comparado con la actualidad mexicana

The present study’s objective is to develop a comprehensive explanation on the origin and development of the exclusionary rule in the Spanish legal system. This rule, created from the interpretation of the exclusionary rule in the American Supreme Court and the German doctrine of evidentiary prohibitions, has been in constant expansion for the best part of the last 3 decades, sufficient time to have evolved into a particular rule, shaped by practice, resulting in a proper exclusionary rule, along with its particular rule of interpretation, the conexión de antijuridicidad. This legal tradition and long trajectory reflects the particular structure it’s developed, as it keeps evolving in a parallel line to American interpretation of the rule. On the other hand, the challenges awaiting the next stage of the rule, related to the actual treatment of new investigative techniques, closely related to technology, seems to be the next big hurdle in the development of the exclusionary rule and its application in the near future. This invaluable experience is an obligated study subject to Mexican jurists, who already feel a special affection towards the Spanish legal system, as it’s so closely related to their own. Even if the Mexican legal system suffered a drastically change with the constitutional reforms of 2008, the experience and articulated Spanish doctrine and jurisprudence should prove itself fundamental in the development and evolution of Mexico’s new exclusionary rule, allocated in the constitution itself, providing a strong and sturdy structure for the adequate application of the theory. ​
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