S.D.Ga.: Geofence warrant based on 16 SWs showed PC and GFE

(1) Defendant lacks standing to challenge a geofence warrant to the cell phone accounts held by others. The affidavits for 16 warrants all showed probable cause. The possibility of a different standing for probable cause for novel surveillance is rejected. Overbreadth as to other person’s information lacks standing. (2) Moreover, the good faith exception applies. (3) Defendant’s Franks challenge is waived for not following through. United States v. Wright, 2023 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 158692 (S.D. Ga. Sep. 7, 2023).

Defendant established that he had possession of a rental car with permission of the renter on the contract, and that gave him standing. He proved permission by affidavit from the renter who did not attend the hearing. United States v. Lindsey, 2023 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 159488 (M.D. Fla. Sep. 8, 2023).

Petitioner cites the UCC (as with sovereign citizens) and the Fourth Amendment as a mandamus challenge to his federal case for bankruptcy fraud. Denied. In re Johnson, 2023 U.S. App. LEXIS 23902 (5th Cir. Sep. 6, 2023).*

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