N.D.Ohio: DMV’s computer mistake def’s DL was suspended doesn’t invoke the exclusionary rule under Evans

DMV’s computer mistake defendant’s DL was suspended doesn’t invoke the exclusionary rule under Evans. United States v. Salazar, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 103027 (N.D. Ohio June 2, 2021).

Defendant’s “regenerating” activity in selling heroin made the warrant application not stale. State v. Dillard, 2021-NCCOA-254, 2021 N.C. App. LEXIS 250 (June 1, 2021).

Defendant wasn’t in custody for Miranda purposes during a traffic stop even though the officer knew he’d arrest him. Officer “Hatfield did not tell the Defendant that he had already determined that the Defendant would definitely be arrested as a result of the traffic stop, and he did not raise the specter of arrest as a tool to coerce the Defendant into making a statement. Instead, he was responding to the Defendant’s hypothetical question regarding what action he would take if the Defendant did not cooperate with further investigation.” State v. Manzenberger, 2021 Tenn. Crim. App. LEXIS 250 (June 3, 2021).

Plaintiff failed to address defendant’s standing in defense to this § 1983, and that’s a concession. Apt. Ass’n of Greater L.A. v. City of L.A., 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 103864 (C.D. Cal. June 1, 2021).*

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