VI: Alleged consent at gunpoint after stop without RS was involuntary

Defendant was found to have been stopped at gunpoint without reasonable suspicion. Even if he said “‘do whatever you want,’ this Court finds that Schulterbrandt did not freely and voluntarily give his consent” to the armed force that just arrested him. There were also no exigent circumstances for the entry. People v. Schulterbrandt, 2016 V.I. LEXIS 121 (Aug. 22, 2016).

The search warrant described the car to be searched by year and make and VIN. The fact it didn’t include the model number is hardly important. United States v. Cobb, 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 188861 (E.D.Ky. Feb. 5, 2014).

Defendant’s guilty plea waived his suppression motion. State v. Derrick, 2016 Del. Super. LEXIS 427 (Aug. 23, 2016).*

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