D.N.M.: Detention hearing argument that there were “dispositive” 4A issues goes nowhere

Defendant’s argument responding to his detention order that there are significant potentially “dispositive” Fourth Amendment issues falls on deaf ears. United States v. Silguero, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 72565 (D.N.M. Apr. 15, 2021).*

Rodriguez complied with: “The information that Kilpela developed during the ordinary incidents of the traffic stop was more than sufficient to provide reasonable suspicion that Sanchez was involved in drug trafficking.” United States v. Sanchez, 2021 U.S. App. LEXIS 10761 (9th Cir. Apr. 15, 2021).*

Defendant’s Franks proffer failed. There were 17 paragraphs of probable cause, and the challenged portion, removed from the affidavit, doesn’t undermine the probable cause. State v. Thorpe, 2021-Ohio-1295 (8th Dist. Apr. 14, 2021).*

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