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State v. Brown

Minneapolis police obtain warrant, take drug dealer to hospital for anal cavity search. A doc involuntarily sedates the man, uses forceps to remove a baggie of cocaine. Minnesota Court of Appeals (over a dissent): Which was an unreasonable search. Suppress the evidence.


Tags: 2019, Police, Search Warrant, Searches and Seizures, Supreme Court of Minnesota

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