CA1: Suppression motion was untimely without a showing of good cause, and it would not be determined on appeal

“Sweeney neither challenged the finding of untimeliness before the district court, nor does he now argue that his delay in filing the motion to suppress was excused by good cause. As such, because of his waiver, we need not address the merits of Sweeney’s appeal.” United States v. Sweeney, 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 9052 (1st Cir. Apr. 11, 2018).

Defendant was a probationer, and he had a reduced expectation of privacy. There was reasonable suspicion for the search, and it was reasonable. State v. Conley, 2018 MT 83, 2018 Mont. LEXIS 108 (Apr. 10, 2018).*

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