D.Nev.: GPS warrant based on transaction from car three weeks earlier wasn’t stale

A GPS tracking warrant wasn’t stale based on a drug deal out of the car three weeks earlier. That led to probable cause to stop and search the vehicle two weeks later. United States v. Cabrera, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 157791 (D.Nev. Nov. 14, 2016).

The trial court abused its discretion in rejecting defendant’s no contest plea where he was reserving his right to appeal denial of the suppression motion. State v. Williams, 2016-Ohio-7782, 2016 Ohio App. LEXIS 4644 (8th Dist. Nov. 17, 2016).*

There was reasonable suspicion to bring out a drug dog and the dog alert justified a search of the entire vehicle on probable cause, including a bag on the dashboard. United States v. Nelson, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 158402 (S.D.W.Va. Nov. 16, 2016).*

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