Judicial scrutiny of warrantless searches and the expansion of mobile technologies has increased the number, complexity, and possible scope of search warrants. Matthew R. Leisten, First Assistant State’s Attorney for Ogle County, analyzes caselaw covering issues of good faith, staleness and diligence, nexus, and more.
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Matthew R. Leisten, First Assistant State’s Attorney for the Ogle County State’s Attorney’s Office, provides essential caselaw updates for any attorney working with search warrants. Trends over the past decade, including the influence of mobile technologies and increased judicial scrutiny of warrantless searches, has meant more warrants being issued for a variety of evidence-gathering situations. Mr. Leisten covers technologically complex warrants, such as those involving geofences and Triggerfish, and explains how recent trends have impacted traditional concerns of staleness and diligence, nexus, scope, good faith reliance, and more.
Matthew R. Leisten, Ogle County State’s Attorney’s Office, Oregon, IL