ID: Def’s probationary status was admissible at trial to show context for probation search, not as propensity evidence

The fact defendant was on probation was admissible at trial, not as propensity evidence, but to show context for the probation search and why defendant’s underwear was searched. State v. Jones, 2020 Ida. LEXIS 95 (May 4, 2020).

Automatic license plate recognition technology used by the US Postal Inspection Service to locate defendant’s rented vehicle outside the rental period infringed on no reasonable expectation of privacy under Carpenter. United States v. Yang, 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 14168 (9th Cir. May 4, 2020).

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