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Search & Seizure – Affidavit – Informant Reliability – Good Faith Exception (access required)

Although defendant contends a search warrant affidavit did not establish probable cause because it did not demonstrate the reliability of a confidential informant, a Roanoke U.S. District Court denies the motion to suppress drug evidence under the Leon good faith exception. Defendant claims there is nothing to corroborate the CI’s alleged statement against his penal interest, ...

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