What follows is, first, a description of the typical scenarios that arise in after-acquired-evidence cases and the law surrounding McKennon. Section II discusses how the economic literature on information and signaling applies to such cases; section III elaborates upon the motives behind and the perversities of McKennon; and section IV offers conclusions.
Wahl, Jenny B.
"Protecting the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Perverse Consequences of the McKennon Rule,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 32
, Article 5.
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