DE: Wiretap info in affidavit for SW showed nexus to cell phone

The affidavit showed probable cause for the search warrant, and nexus to his cell phone and the crime under investigation is shown in a wiretap. Anderson v. State, 2021 Del. LEXIS 121 (Mar. 30, 2021).*

Defendant did not show a reasonable expectation of privacy in a glove in a garage because the record was silent as to who owned the garage and its contents, whether it was a proper commercial business, defendant’s possessory relationship to the garage and its contents, such as whether he stored his tools, clothing, or gloves there, and his ability to exclude others from the garage. Thus, defendant could not establish that the police violated his rights when they entered the garage without a warrant. People v. James, 2021 IL App (1st) 180509, 2021 Ill. App. LEXIS 151 (Mar. 30, 2021).*

In a 2255 case: petitioner “has not shown, however, that he had any valid Fourth Amendment claim, much less that the outcome of the case would have been different had any particular evidence been excluded. … A mere allegation of prejudice is not sufficient.” Evans v. United States, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 60614 (N.D. Tex. Mar. 30, 2021).*

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