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No Good-Faith Exception for Officer’s Lie (access required)

Although a police officer said he lied to the occupant of an apartment about having a search warrant in order to protect the woman who had rented the apartment and who sought police assistance in removing the man from her apartment, the officer’s subjective intent was no basis for applying the good-faith exception to the ...

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