Conflict of laws: CA parole search waiver effective in AR

Defendant was arrested in Arkansas on a California extradition warrant, and he had a California parole search waiver. The California search waiver parallels the Arkansas statute, and Arkansas officials could search his clothing under that. In addition, the search incident of clothing was valid on arrest. Scarbrough v. State, 2024 Ark. 71 (May 2, 2024).

It was reasonable for officers to infer defendant drove his car to drug deals since he was active throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. Therefore, there was probable cause for the car. United States v. Escudero, 2024 U.S. App. LEXIS 10667 (8th Cir. May 2, 2024).*

Petitioner’s public records request for search warrant materials is denied based on the statute involved that only permitted it for cases filed after a certain date. State ex rel. Onunwor v. Savannah O., 2024-Ohio-1685 (8th Dist. Apr. 30, 2024).*

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