IA: All exculpatory evidence doesn’t have to be presented to issuing magistrate under Franks

“Case failed to make a preliminary showing to warrant a Franks hearing. See Baker, 925 N.W.2d at 615 (‘[A]n officer applying for a search warrant is not required to present all inculpatory and exculpatory evidence to the magistrate, only that evidence which would support a finding of probable cause.’ …).” State v. Case, 2020 Iowa App. LEXIS 932 (Sept. 23, 2020).

An officer may arrest for any offense in his presence, misdemeanor or felony. State v. Shrimpton, 2020 Iowa App. LEXIS 909 (Sept. 23, 2020).

Broken back window of car with black tape holding it together justified a traffic stop. United States v. Beardsley, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 174286 (S.D.W.Va. Sept. 23, 2020).*

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