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In affirming the district court’s ruling, the court emphasized the role of reasonable suspicion, the public safety exception to Miranda, and the establishment of probable cause, thereby providing crucial clarifications on these key legal aspects.
District Court Grants Motion to Suppress Evidence in Search Warrant Case. Read about the court’s decision to suppress evidence seized during the search of a duplex in Springfield, Missouri. The United States government appealed, but the Court of Appeals affirmed the district court’s ruling, citing misleading information in the search warrant affidavit.
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