Criminal - " Defects in search warrant affidavit not deliberate misconduct
Although a search warrant was defective, the district court did not err in denying the defendant's motion to suppress because the officer seeking the warrant possessed sufficient information to support probable cause, and any defects in the affidavit were miscalculation, not deliberate misconduct. Background In 2014 the police department in Winchester, Virginia, received an anonymous tip that ... Enter your email address/USER ID and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site.
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