ID: Right-result, wrong-theory rule requires preservation of the alternative argument

The state can’t use the right-result, wrong-theory rule when it doesn’t preserve the alternative argument to give the other party the opportunity to develop the record. State v. Hoskins, 2019 Ida. LEXIS 108 (June 13, 2019).

The evidence available to the issuing magistrate fairly supported the conclusion that defendant would be found at the premises. In addition, he was seen taking the trash out one morning, and that lends credence to the conclusion he resided there. United States v. Bondarenko, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 98423 (D. Nev. June 12, 2019).*

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