E.D.La.: Photographs taken before SW issued or the SW are not suppressed, they had nothing to do with getting the SW

Metadata in photographs of defendant’s property show that they were taken before the search warrant was issued. The search warrant was going to issue anyway, and nothing relied upon the photographs. Denied. United States v. Jefferson, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 62098 (E.D.La. Apr. 4, 2022).

Defendant’s giving a false name at the time of her arrest for shoplifting in a Walmart was reason enough for custodial arrest. In addition, she lived in a different county and had FTA charges under her real name. State v. Goodro, 2022 Kan. LEXIS 36 (Apr. 1, 2022).*

“The police saw the brothers panhandling. They insisted they were on private property. If they were, however, they were committing trespass in violation of a city ordinance. The police thus had reasonable suspicion to stop the brothers and investigate. Given the presence of reasonable suspicion, we affirm the dismissal of the Fourth Amendment claim.” Montgomery v. Bliley, 2022 U.S. App. LEXIS 8907 (10th Cir. Apr. 4, 2022).*

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