E.D.Mich.: “electronic devices, narcotics and related paraphernalia, and biological evidence” was sufficiently particular

“Here, the warrants authorized officers to seize three categories of items: electronic devices, narcotics and related paraphernalia, and biological evidence. The affidavits established probable cause that Jackson’s electronic devices could contain evidence of sex trafficking—including photographs, documentary evidence, and advertisements—based on AV-1’s statement that Jackson forced her and other girls to engage in prostitution and took their photographs to post in on-line prostitution advertisements.” The search warrant was sufficiently particular. United States v. Jackson, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 39364 (E.D. Mich. March 20, 2017).*

Spinning tires and the sound of the tires was enough for a stop under a statute prohibiting an “exhibition of speed.” Movement not required. State v. Sharp, 2017 Kan. LEXIS 108 (March 17, 2017).*

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