ID: Not telling arrestee reason for arrest in violation of statute not a 4A violation

Failure to notify an arrestee of the reason for his arrest in violation of the statute does not make the arrest violate the Fourth Amendment or state constitution. State v. Lancaster, 2022 Ida. LEXIS 133 (Nov. 1, 2022).

There were multiple acts over a period of time to show the search warrant wasn’t stale. State v. Gleason, 2022-Ohio-3893, 2022 Ohio App. LEXIS 3668 (5th Dist. Oct. 31, 2022).*

The trial court erred in holding that the officers could not seize his cell phone with cause for a later search warrant. State v. Flack, 2022-Ohio-3861, 2022 Ohio App. LEXIS 3655 (9th Dist. Oct. 31, 2022).*

Here, there was a search warrant for a bullet in defendant’s body. The surgeon who removed it testified by deposition. Sate v. Simpson, 2022 Tenn. Crim. App. LEXIS 471 (Oct. 31, 2022).*

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