IA: Failure to get ruling on state constitutional claim was waiver

Defendant barely raised the state constitutional claim below and why it should be different than the Fourth Amendment claim and in her briefing, but the issue was not decided below so it wasn’t preserved for review. State v. Lasley-Eakins, 2019 Iowa App. LEXIS 986 (Oct. 23, 2019).

The search warrant was invalid with respect to cigarettes because the warrant did not specifically list cigarettes, nor did they fall within the language of the warrant. The warrant did not satisfy the constitutional requirements for particularity. The search, however, was harmless beyond a reasonable doubt because of other overwhelming evidence. Jemison v. State, 2019 Ark. App. 475, 2019 Ark. App. LEXIS 505 (Oct. 23, 2019).*

Defendant’s guilty plea waived his investigatory stop claim. United States v. Halliburton, 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 31670 (7th Cir. Oct. 23, 2019).*

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