IN: Thermal imaging SW was based on PC, then SW for house was, too

The police obtained a thermal imaging warrant, and it was based on probable cause, information from a CI that was corroborated. That led to a search warrant for the premises, and it was also based on collective knowledge of the officers involved. McGrath v. State, 2018 Ind. LEXIS 299 (May 1, 2018) (Treatise § 13.17 n.4).

On reconsideration, even if the reckless statements were removed from the affidavit for search warrant, probable cause still remains on the totality. Matthews v. State, 2018 Alas. App. LEXIS 93 (May 2, 2018).*

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