If police used a warrant that lacked probable cause to search a place, can the evidence found be suppressed? Also, if a separate warrant were to lack the specificity required by the Fourth Amendment, could the evidence stemming from that be suppressed?
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Yes, every warrant has to be approved by a judge based upon a finding of probable cause. If you have some basis to traverse the warrant and show that the finding of probable cause was improper, then the evidence can be suppressed.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Yes. Both would be grounds for a suppression motion.
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