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No Credibility Information Defeats Probable Cause (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms a trial court order suppressing cocaine seized in a search of defendant’s home; the detective who obtained the search warrant recklessly omitted from his affidavit information material to determining the credibility of the informant that the informant teenage son was unhappy about living with his dad. Defendant was charged with ...

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