OH1: No exclusionary rule for this alleged statutory violation for lack of notice of a probation search condition

Defendant’s contention the probation department failed to notify him of his search condition was a statutory violation but there is no exclusionary remedy for that. State v. Hayden, 2022-Ohio-3933, 2022 Ohio App. LEXIS 3721 (1st Dist. Nov. 4, 2022). In some states it is statutory. You’re on notice.

In this strange case, a DA was under investigation for nepotism and obstruction of justice in that investigation, and a search warrant was issued for the DA’s work computer. State v. Bradsher, 2022-NCSC-116, 2022 N.C. LEXIS 956 (Nov. 4, 2022).*

There was probable cause for defendant’s stop, arrest, and search. United States v. Gay, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 201326 (D.S.D. Nov. 2, 2022).*

The USMJ gave an R&R that the motion to suppress be granted. The government doesn’t object to that, but it wants a slight change to the findings. United States v. Coleman, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 201327 (N.D. Ala. Nov. 4, 2022).*

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