OH2: Putting wrong city of bank robbery in affidavit was mere clerical error that could be overlooked

There was probable cause on the totality of the information provided the issuing magistrate for issuance of a search warrant for bank robber. The error as to the city of the robbery was a mere clerical error that could be overlooked. State v. Vaughn, 2020-Ohio-307, 2020 Ohio App. LEXIS 263 (2d Dist. Jan. 31, 2020).

Defendant consented to the entry into the house. It didn’t matter that his mother owned it because he lived there. United States v. Rodriguez-Pacheco, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 16010 (D.P.R. Jan. 29, 2020).*

Defendant was convicted of a sex offense on a guilty plea. His probation condition of computer monitoring is struck as overbroad under the state constitution. Moreover, he doesn’t even have a computer yet. State v. Bouchard, 2020 Vt. LEXIS 9 (Jan. 31, 2020).*

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