CT: Action to quash SW before criminal case became moot when charge filed

The petitioner sought to quash search warrants when there was no criminal case. After the criminal cases were finally filed, this action was moot because the claim could be brought within the criminal cases. In re Police Case Nos.: Meriden PD 20-003903, 2022 Conn. App. LEXIS 265 (Sep. 6, 2022).

Defendant was present at the scene of a drug deal, but there was nothing other than mere presence that showed probable cause to arrest. United States v. Rimer, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 158533 (D. Kan. Sep. 1, 2022).

Information from Automated License Plate Readers to put defendant at the scene of a crime violated no reasonable expectation of privacy. The search warrants for his phones were particular. United States v. Graham, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 163818 (D.N.J. Sep. 12, 2022).

Nervousness of a detainee suggests something to hide and potential for violence, justifying handcuffing. United States v. Chavez, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 158190 (N.D. Ill. Sep. 1, 2022).

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