Child Pornography Evidence Suppressed When Search Overbroad

There are certain types of charges that invite overbroad searches, so defense attorneys must closely evaluate police misconduct.  In the following case, police found a laptop belonging to a police officer and searched it, finding child pornography.  However, the search warrant authorizing a search only described the front house of two houses on the property and the police officer did not live in the front house.  He lived in a separate house behind the front house.  Was the search still valid?  Click on the following link to find out.

https://www.greghillassociates.com/child-pornography-evidence-suppressed-when-search-over-broad.html.

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