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Crimeless Warrant Imperils Evidence in Check Cashing Case

Law360 reported that a U.S. Magistrate Judge in the Eastern District of New York recommended the suppression of evidence from a white-collar crime investigation, finding that the evidence was obtained with a non-specific warrant that violated the Fourth Amendment. The article included a quote from Mintz Member David M. Siegal, who is representing the defendant in the case, United States v. Drago.