Merely alleging the affiant never appeared before the issuing magistrate to sign it is nothing without proof to support it. The warrant says the affiant did. United States v. Oliver, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 85865 (N.D. Ohio May 22, 2018).
Defendant consented to his blood draw, and he had no constitutional or statutory right to notice of a right to refuse. People v. Balov, 2018 Cal. App. LEXIS 469 (4th Dist. May 23, 2018).*
Defendant had child pornography on his phone of an 8 year old boy which a sibling saw and emailed it to himself. That became the basis for the search warrant for defendant’s phone. No motion to suppress would succeed, so defense counsel can’t be ineffective. United States v. Bise, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 85922 (W.D. Ark. May 4, 2018).*