Cal.2d: New crime during alleged illegal detention won’t be suppressed

Defendant’s new crime during alleged illegal detention will not be suppressed. Here, he doesn’t even plead enough to get a hearing. People v. Chavez, 2020 Cal. App. LEXIS 858 (2d Dist. Sept. 10, 2020).

There was a substantial basis for the USMJ finding probable cause, and the good faith exception would apply anyway. United States v. Sorey, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 164970 (N.D. Iowa Sept. 10, 2020).*

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