CA1: No REP in guns hidden in house def wasn’t welcome at when he returned after being kicked out

Defendant stayed in a house with a domestic partner and her son until he was kicked out. He returned to assault her and hide guns there. He had no reasonable expectation of privacy in the premises. United States v. John, 2023 U.S. App. LEXIS 2759 (1st Cir. Feb. 3, 2023).

Officers had reasonable suspicion defendant was involved in drug activity and walked up to his car and saw drug evidence in plain view. That permitted an automobile exception search. State v. Gregory, 2023-Ohio-331, 2023 Ohio App. LEXIS 316 (6th Dist. Feb. 3, 2023).* Similar is State v. Gray, 2023-Ohio-338, 2023 Ohio App. LEXIS 329 (12th Dist. Feb. 6, 2023).*

Mentioning the offense under investigation mentioned in the search warrant affidavit helps limit it. United States v. Sueiro, 2023 U.S. App. LEXIS 2749 (4th Cir. Feb. 3, 2023).*

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