MN: 4A claim can’t be brought for first time in post-conviction proceeding

Defendant’s post-conviction claim that the search violated the Fourth Amendment was waived for post-conviction purposes because he had to file it in the trial court before his case concluded. Fox v. State, 2018 Minn. LEXIS 308 (June 13, 2018).

The stop was based on reasonable suspicion of following too close. The officer’s looking at the VIN was not a violation of the Fourth Amendment. United States v. Phongprasert, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 98361 (D. N.M. June 12, 2018).*

Admission of jail calls didn’t violate the Indiana wiretap statute. This is an appeal of a small claims court judgment. Wynne v. Burris, 2018 Ind. App. LEXIS 207 (June 13, 2018).*

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