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Search & Seizure – Officer’s Subjective Intent – Proper Standard (access required)

The Court of Appeals reverses a suppression order because the trial court improperly considered a police officer’s subjective intent in ruling on defendant’s motion to suppress, and under the correct standard, the motion to suppress should be denied. Here, the trial court expressly stated, “I just don’t know … how we get beyond [the officer’s testimony ...

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