“Hot pursuit” into a home to seek an iPhone via the find phone application was unreasonable. Here, however, there was a private search by defendant’s brother, and the exclusionary rule doesn’t apply. State ex rel. J.A., 2018 N.J. LEXIS 713 (June 6, 2018).
The affidavit for search warrant shows probable cause to search defendant’s car for evidence of a shooting because the car was involved, but not his house because no nexus is shown. Nevertheless, the parties do not address the good faith exception, and they are directed to brief it. United States v. Holtzclaw, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 95598 (M.D. N.C. June 7, 2018).*