SD: Failure to put video of stop in record limits review of lack of consent claim

Failure to put the video of defendant’s stop in the record means the court can’t consider it on appeal, and it goes from the trial court’s findings. State v. Slepikas, 2021 SD 43, 2021 S.D. LEXIS 82 (July 21, 2021)

Excising any tainted information from the search warrant affidavit, there was still probable cause for issuance of the warrant on the totality. State v. Griffin, 2021 Conn. LEXIS 209 (July 22, 2021).

Plaintiff’s claim of strip and body cavity searches in prison aren’t good enough. He’s given leave to amend to attempt to allege they were done unreasonably or in a harassing manner, if he can. Best v. Willox, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 137926 (E.D.Cal. July 23, 2021).*

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