- Jul 15, 2014
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As a second year law student you are telling me that evidence found on at a crime scene over a month after a crime is committed and not just any crime but highly publicized one with hundreds of people coming and going out of that exact location any of them with the opportunity to and means to leave something behind.... how many people could have come in and out of his house... he let someone use the bathroom while they were there paying their respects.. my god the defense on something like this is endless, to a point that it would be laughable...if I was a juror on a case and this search warrant was brought up I could never convict anyone based on evidence found at this crime scene today... IMHO never been to law school
I think it depends on what the evidence, where it was found, and how LE found out about it.
A blanket statement that anything found at this date is inadmissible is a bit too broad, imo. We don't know what they are looking for or what they found.
Too soon to say anything definitive, imo. (I've never been to law school but my kids say that I'm WebSleuth Certified....I think they mean I'm "certifiable" as in a bit crazy, but whatever.)