D.Nev.: Affidavit accompanying cell phone SW provided particularity

If the affidavit accompanies the warrant it can cure particularity problems. Here it did. United States v. King, 2024 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 103299 (D. Nev. June 11, 2024).*

Plaintiff stated a claim for arrest without probable cause by the defendant officers including one that directed it. Bennett v. Brnovich, 2024 U.S. App. LEXIS 14136 (9th Cir. June 11, 2024).*

“Here, several facts support arguable reasonable suspicion for a brief investigatory stop of Colon. The 911 caller stated two men in Unit 186 were engaged in a fight, and the combatants said they were going to kill each other. After Raslowsky arrived, he saw Jackson and Colon walking together down the apartment complex’s stairs, and Jackson confirmed he lived in Unit 186. As Raslowsky and Smith questioned and handcuffed Jackson, Colon remained mere feet away and stated that he came to the apartment to give Jackson a ride to work.” Colon v. Smith, 2024 U.S. App. LEXIS 14158 (11th Cir. June 11, 2024).*

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