NH: Def who borrowed car not prejudiced by five day delay in getting SW for it

Because defendant didn’t own the car he borrowed, he wasn’t prejudiced by the five day delay in getting a search warrant for it. State v. Stacey, 2018 N.H. LEXIS 208 (Nov. 2, 2018).

State law requires automobile exception apply to cars “in transit” and not already parked. Defendant here was in a car at a closed gas station when the officer approached, and that was “in transit” since the driver was in it. State v. Glavan, 2018 N.H. LEXIS 209 (Nov. 2, 2018).*

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