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Criminal Practice – Suppression not the remedy for warrant violation (access required)

Although the government conceded that it arrested the defendant without securing an administrative warrant required by 8 U.S.C. § 1357(a), the statute makes no mention of suppression or any other remedy for an arrest warrant violation and the court found it lacked authority to suppress the evidence. Background Santos-Portillo unlawfully entered the United States after a prior ...

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