D.Nev.: Under probation interstate compact, probationer subject to rules of both states

Defendant was placed on probation in Arizona, and he was subject to suspicionless searches there. He transferred probation to Nevada under the Interstate Compact for probationers, but Nevada required reasonable suspicion. He knew he was subject to the probation conditions of both Arizona and Nevada. Therefore, the suspicionless search was valid. United States v. Buenrostro, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 124327 (D. Nev. June 14, 2019) (R&R).

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