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Dahda v. US, 17-43

Affirming the rejection of facial insufficiency arguments relating to a wiretap order used in the investigation of a drug distribution ring in Kansas that contained a sentence purporting to authorize interception outside of the state and resulted in the interception of additional communications from a listening post in Missouri, which evidence was subsequently not introduced, but did not render the rest o the wiretap order unlawful.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2018/05/14

Judges

  • BREYER

Court

  • United States Supreme Court

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