US v. Abdi, 05-4199
In a prosecution of a defendant on terrorism-related charges involving an alleged plot to bomb a shopping mall, suppression of statements made by defendant and certain derivative evidence is reversed as: 1) suppression is not an appropriate remedy for violation of the administrative warrant requirement of 8 U.S.C. section 1357(a)(2); and 2) defendant's Fourth Amendment rights were not violated by his public warrantless arrest based on probable cause.
- Decided 09/22/2006
- Published 09/22/2006
Before BOGGS, Chief Judge; COLE, Circuit Judge; WISEMAN, District Judge.
United States Sixth Circuit
ARGUED: John F. De Pue, United States Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., for Appellant. Mahir T. Sherif, San Diego, California, for Appellee. ON BRIEF: John F. De Pue, Sylvia T. Kaser, United States Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., Dana M. Peters, United States Attorney, Columbus, Ohio, for Appellant. Mahir T. Sherif, San Diego, California, for Appellee.