GA: Lack of a particularized motion to suppress didn’t preserve 4A claim for appeal

Defendant did not file a particularized motion to suppress, so he couldn’t raise the issue on appeal. State v. Walker, 2019 Ga. App. LEXIS 266 (May 17, 2019).

Defendant’s statement during the course of the search of his house was voluntary. “Defendant focuses on the atmosphere in Liddy’s home during the search following Agent Evans’ interrogation. To be sure, for safety and the preservation of evidence, Liddy was not allowed to move unescorted around his home during the execution of the search. However, the control law enforcement exercised once the search began, is not a factor in the analysis of the atmosphere when the interrogation took place.” United States v. Liddy, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 82394 (S.D. Cal. May 16, 2019).*

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