E.D.N.C.: Parole searches aren’t at all limited to only def’s parole officer doing it

It is not even a reasonable argument that only defendant’s PO can search him under a warrantless search condition. United States v. Smith, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 105049 (E.D. N.C. July 7, 2017).

Defendant was seized when the officer’s blue lights came on, and he pulled over. The trial court credited the officer that the taillights were malfunctioning, and that’s affirmed on appeal. State v. Hall, 2017 Iowa App. LEXIS 734 (July 19, 2017).*

Defendant’s search and seizure post-conviction claim lost on the merits because of apparent authority to consent, and it can’t be relitigated now. Pargo v. State, 2017 Iowa App. LEXIS 724 (July 19, 2017).

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