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07-124 - USA v. Davis

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07-124 - USA v. Davis
November 29, 2007
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MEMORANDUM ORDER re: 33 Defendant's Motion to Suppress Evidence. The Court has determined that there was no exigency justifying the officers' entry into Davis's home to effect a warrantless arrest. The Court has requested further briefing to determine whether the officers had consent to enter Davis's home and whether all of the evidence should be suppressed under the "fruit of the poisonous tree" doctrine. (Signed by Judge Jane J Boyle on 11/29/07) (Boyle, Jane) Modified on 11/30/2007 (jyg). Modified on 12/4/2007 (jb).
January 8, 2008
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MEMORANDUM ORDER: On December 20, 2007, the Court held a hearing on the Governments Motion to Reconsider the Courts Order Granting Defendants Motion to Suppress (doc. 82). The Court DENIED this Motion to Reconsider based on the reasons stated in the record and in the Court's Order filed today. (Signed by Judge Jane J Boyle on 01/08/08) (Boyle, Jane) Modified on 1/8/2008 (skt).