US v. KESZTHELYI, 00-6630
Although a second search of a residence was not a reasonable continuation of a prior search, where contraband inevitably would have been discovered during a third search, such evidence should not be suppressed.
- Decided 10/17/2002
- Published 10/17/2002
- Before: BOGGS, SILER, and MOORE, Circuit Judges.
- United States Sixth Circuit
- For Appellees:
- Paul W. Laymon, Jr. (argued and briefed), Assistant United States Attorney, Chattanooga, TN, for Plaintiff-Appellee., Peter J. Strianse (argued and briefed), Tune, Entrekin & White, Nashville, TN, for Defendant-Appellant.