CT: When two grounds are found to support the search, def on appeal has to challenge both

Defendant’s claim that the officers did not follow administrative regulations on conducting his parole search was moot where the trial court also found defendant consented to the search and he didn’t challenge consent. State v. Holley, 2017 Conn. App. LEXIS 279 (July 11, 2017).

The CI’s admissions against penal interest and the officer’s corroboration of them supported probable cause to search. Fosen v. State, 2017 WY 82, 2017 Wyo. LEXIS 82 (July 6, 2017),*

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