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Evidence incorrectly suppressed in child pornography case (access required)

The trial court erred by concluding that although the police lawfully acquired appellant’s portable hard drive, known to contain child pornography images, keeping the hard drive became an unreasonable seizure because the police waited more than a month before getting a warrant regarding the hard drive’s content. Facts After a police investigation revealed that appellant Eutsler accessed ...