Tagged: Probable Casue

To Obtain a Search Warrant, Law Enforcement Must Provide Judge Information About the Informant’s Credibility

On April 23, 2014, the Court of Appeals decided State v. Robinson, holding that law enforcement did not provide the judge information about the informant’s credibility that is necessary to support the issuance of a search warrant.  Robinson is significant because it rejected an unsubstantiated statement—that is far too common–contained in the search warrant affidavit […]

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