"[T]he exclusionary rule has never been applied except where its deterrence benefits outweigh its substantial social costs. The costs here are considerable. In addition to the grave adverse consequence that exclusion of relevant incriminating evidence always entails (viz., the risk of releasing dangerous criminals into society), imposing that massive remedy for a knock-and-announce violation would generate a constant flood of alleged failures . . . ."
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