ME: State DEP doesn’t need a warrant to enter lands to look for noxious odors

The state Department of Environmental Protection gets an order permitting it to enter defendant’s lands at “reasonable hours” to inspect for the source of noxious odors. There is no warrant requirement for lands as opposed to buildings. State v. Dubois Livestock, Inc., 2016 Me. Super. LEXIS 86 (May 11, 2016).

The record supports that defendant consented to the search of his shed. Crozier v. State, 2016 Ark. App. 307, 2016 Ark. App. LEXIS 331 (June 8, 2016).*

Defendant never appealed search and seizure claims that he’s presenting in a 2255. He needs to explain the default. Fierro-Rascon v. United States, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 73815 (W.D.Wis. June 7, 2016).*

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