The officer had reasonable suspicion to stop defendant for suspicion of sexual assault since he was leaving the house from where the report came at 2:30 am. A search warrant for a flash drive found in defendant’s backpack was reasonable because the officer had information that defendant had allegedly previously recorded a sexual assault. State v. Brady, 2019-Ohio-46, 2019 Ohio App. LEXIS 54 (2d Dist. Jan. 11, 2019).
“‘The informing or failure to inform the accused concerning the implied consent law shall not affect the admissibility of such results in any case, including a prosecution for a violation of § 4177 of this Title.’” State v. Drake, 2018 Del. Super. LEXIS 1946 (Dec. 21, 2018)