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Supreme Court Says Police May Use Evidence Found After Illegal Stops 

On June 20, 2016, the United State Supreme Court released its decision in Utah v. Edward Strieff, Jr.,1 wherein it held that evidence is admissible even where an officer makes an unconstitutional investigatory stop when, during the stop, the officer learns that the individual has an outstanding arrest warrant, arrests the individual, and seizes the incriminating evidence as a result of a search incident to arrest.

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