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Good Faith Omission Avoids Suppression (access required)

On the commonwealth’s appeal, the Court of Appeals reverses and remands the trial court’s suppression of evidence based on a search warrant obtained without the officer indicating on the form that an informant named in the affidavit was his source of information; the trial court erred in not applying the good faith exception to the ...

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