WI: Exclusionary rule applies to forfeiture actions; remanded for determination of GFE

The exclusionary rule applies to forfeiture actions under 1958 Plymouth Sedan; however, the state gets to argue and develop a record on remand that the good faith exception applies. State v. Scott, 2019 Wisc. App. LEXIS 191 (Apr. 4, 2019).

The police received an anonymous tip about a person in a parking lot allegedly casing cars, and the area was known for break-ins and vandalism. The officer called out to defendant from a distance a couple of times, and defendant ignored him and got in his own car and drove off. On the totality, nothing justified his stop. State v. Horton, 2019 N.C. App. LEXIS 302 (Apr. 2, 2019).*

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