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Warrants – Good-Faith Exception – Remand for Determination

State v. Bill Paul Marquardt, 2001 WI App 219, PFR filed 9/20/01
For Marquardt: James B. Connell

Issue: Whether evidence seized under a warrant defective because unsupported by probable cause may be admissible under the good-faith doctrine.

Holding: Given that, subsequent to trial-level litigation, the supreme court recognized the good-faith exception to the exclusionary rule, in State v. Eason, 2001 WI 98, ¶74, 629 N.W.2d 625, the matter is “remand(ed) for a good faith hearing consistent with Eason.” ¶22.

 

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