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Good-Faith Exception Does Not Save Child Porn Conviction (access required)

The 4th Circuit reverses defendant’s child pornography conviction because evidence seized pursuant to a deficient search warrant should not have come in under the Leon good-faith exception; information provided to the local magistrate did not show when defendant allegedly possessed pictures of nude children and whether the alleged pictures were in fact child pornography under ...

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