CA11: CSLI order was based on six week old precedent from this court; Davis GFE applies

This court held six weeks before the government obtained its SCA order for defendant’s CSLI that was the legal way to do it. Therefore, the good faith exception applied. “Here, the Government complied with the requirements of the SCA in obtaining the orders to compel cell site records, and when they did so in June 2015, that warrantless procedure was, under this Court’s precedent, within the bounds of the Fourth Amendment. Thus here, as in Davis, under the Leon exception to the warrant requirement, the district court’s denial of the motions to suppress is not reversible error.” United States v. Joyner, 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 22513 (11th Cir. Aug. 14, 2018).

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