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CASE ENTRY

United States v. Moss

If a postal inspector submits an affidavit explaining his reasons for believing a package contains methamphetamine along with an attachment describing the package and a magistrate finds probable cause to search that package, is the search’s legality defeated by the fact that the warrant itself accidentally includes the wrong attachment describing a totally different package? First Circuit: No, we’re pretty sure everyone was clear on what was supposed to happen.


Tags: 2019, First Circuit, Search Warrant, Searches and Seizures

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