IA: Std of review of PC is not is there PC, but is there a substantial basis for believing there was PC

“Because the Fourth Amendment values the practice of obtaining a warrant to reduce the perception of intrusive police conduct, we do not strictly scrutinize the sufficiency of the underlying affidavit. … Instead, we decide whether the issuing magistrate had a substantial basis for concluding probable cause existed. Id. [¶] Here, we find those common-sense inferences would lead a reasonably prudent person to believe evidence of a crime may have been found at Michael’s house.” State v. Syperda, 2019 Iowa App. LEXIS 1159 (Dec. 18, 2019).*

The body cam video showed that the person with apparent authority consented to the search on the totality. It started out as a welfare check. State v. Rutter, 2019 Iowa App. LEXIS 1130 (Dec. 18, 2019).*

The dash cam video shows defendant driving half the speed limit and swerving within his lane. The officer had reasonable suspicion for the stop. State v. Bertrand, 2019 Iowa App. LEXIS 1137 (Dec. 18, 2019).*

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