The exclusionary rule does not apply in drivers license suspension proceedings, except where there is conduct shocking to the conscience. Here, it’s not. Garibay v. State, Dept. of Administration, Division of Motor Vehicles, 2014 Alas. LEXIS 222 (November 28, 2014).
There is no state law privacy interest in electric company usage records for a grow operation. The state supreme court had already upheld access by subpoena to telephone records. State v. Sparks, 267 Ore. App. ___, 2014 Ore. App. LEXIS 1650 (November 26, 2014).*
Defendant was seen standing in the parking lot of a high crime area at night talking to somebody, and he looked startled and ran on seeing the police car. That was reasonable suspicion. State v. Robertson, 2014 La. App. LEXIS 2846 (La.App. 1 Cir. November 25, 2014).*