D.Haw.: 11-month delay in getting DNA warrant was reasonable

An eleven month delay in the government obtaining a DNA warrant was reasonable. “Under the totality of the circumstances, the Court concludes that, while the search warrant perhaps could have been sought earlier, the eleven-month period between arrest and the search was not unreasonable, and the search was sufficiently supported by probable cause.” [DNA doesn’t go stale.] United States v. Primrose, 2023 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 181163 (D. Haw. Oct. 6, 2023).

Plaintiff doesn’t explain how the Grammys violated various rights of his, including the Fourth Amendment, and they’re a private actor anyway. The SoL has run [And what’s the venue?] Emrit v. Grammys Awards on CBS, 2023 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 181438 (N.D.N.Y. Oct. 6, 2023).*

Officers obtained a geofence warrant to ID the cell phones around the scene of the crime, but there’s no appellate challenge to it. Wilson v. Commonwealth, 2023 Va. App. LEXIS 690 (Oct. 10, 2023).*

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