NH: After reversal on bad search, state free to argue alternative grounds

After the defendant got his conviction reversed on appeal for an unreasonable search, the state was free to make an alternative argument to sustain the search, and here it was independent source and inevitable discovery, which the court finds. Law of the case didn’t bar the state from raising alternative grounds. State v. Robinson, 2017 N.H. LEXIS 103 (June 2, 2017).

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