OH11: Pre-Carpenter CSLI was lawfully obtained in good faith

Defendant’s cell tower location information was obtained by subpoena before Carpenter. The good faith exception means it won’t be excluded. State v. Burke, 2019-Ohio-1951, 2019 Ohio App. LEXIS 2021 (11th Dist. May 20, 2019).

Defense counsel wasn’t ineffective for withdrawing the motion to suppress since defendant didn’t have standing after all. State v. Grevious, 2019-Ohio-1932, 2019 Ohio App. LEXIS 2005 (12th Dist. May 20, 2019).*

The court credits the officers’ testimony on the voluntariness of consent. The court doesn’t find the civilian witnesses are lying; it’s just that there are some gaps in their testimony that makes the government’s version more believable on that issue. Thus, there was valid third party consent.
United States v. Jackson, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 84709 (N.D. Ind. May 20, 2019).*

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