OH4: Knock-and-announce is not a 4A exclusion issue, and no justification shown for state const. to have different result

Failure to knock-and-announce was not a Fourth Amendment violation, and defendant gave no justification for extending the state constitution. State v. Robinson, 2017-Ohio-8274, 2017 Ohio App. LEXIS 4658 (4th Dist. Sept. 27, 2017).

Defendant waived his knock-and-announce claim by not getting a ruling on it from the trial court.
State v. Robinson, 2017-Ohio-8273, 2017 Ohio App. LEXIS 4659 (4th Dist. Sept. 28, 2017).

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