IN: State’s motion to reconsider suppression order led to time for interlocutory appeal to run

The state’s motion to the trial court to reconsider its suppression order was denied. In the meanwhile, the time to seek interlocutory appeal of the suppression order lapsed. Appeal dismissed. State v. Fahringer, 2019 Ind. App. LEXIS 404 (Sept. 12, 2019).

Defendant’s search claim on appeal applied only to counts dismissed by agreement, so the appeal is moot. State v. Grissom, 2019-Ohio-3687, 2019 Ohio App. LEXIS 3769 (2d Dist. Sept. 13, 2019).*

Defendant’s consent to talk to the police was voluntary. They came to his house and walked to the front door, and, while they entered the curtilage, it was not unreasonable. The district court’s findings of fact based on the USMJ’s findings were supported by the evidence. United States v. Calderon-Fuentes, 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 27604 (11th Cir. Sept. 13, 2019).*

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