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Search & Seizure – Drug Search Warrant – No Probable Cause (access required)

An affidavit that stated that a “reliable informant” had seen oxycontin and methadone in a residence within the past 72 hours did not provide probable cause to search the residence, and a magistrate judge of the Abingdon U.S. District Court recommends granting defendant’s motion to suppress the evidence found in the residence. The evidence before the ...

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