Reasonable suspicion doesn’t require certainty of facts. Here, the factual belief was that defendant’s DL had been suspended weeks earlier. Williams v. State, 2017 Ark. App. 291, 2017 Ark. App. LEXIS 301 (May 10, 2017).
There was enough probable cause for the search warrant that it was not issued with no probable cause whatsoever such that the good faith exception would not apply. There were two CI’s, one a first timer, trash pulls, and two trips to Colorado allegedly for resupply of marijuana. State v. Zwickl, 2017 Kan. LEXIS 140 (May 5, 2017).*