MN: Typo adding wrong name into a DNA SW along with the correct name didn’t make it overbroad

“A [DNA] search warrant that mistakenly includes an incorrect person’s name does not lack
sufficient particularity when the warrant provides a description of the correct person to be
searched that includes the correct person’s name, date of birth, and location, and the person
intended to be searched was searched.” The other person’s name was just a mistake included in the warrant, but it was clear who was being searched. State v. Taylor, 2018 Minn. App. LEXIS 170 (Apr. 2, 2018).

Defendant has no standing to challenge the seizure of his bank records by subpoena under Miller. State v. Miles, 2018 Minn. App. LEXIS 167 (Apr. 2, 2018).

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