State v. Utvick
- State of North Dakota, Plaintiff and Appellant
Ryan Dean Utvick, Defendant and Appellee
- Case Type
- CRIMINAL APPEAL : DRUGS/CONTRABAND
- Appeal From
Case No. 02-K-02256
East Central Judicial District, Cass County
Norman J. Backes
Probable cause is not established for a no-knock search warrant when the magistrate is not presented with any information regarding the suspect's ability to destroy the evidence or the ease with which evidence may be destroyed.
State courts apply the good-faith exception to the exclusionary rule in a manner consistent with United States Supreme Court precedent when evaluating whether evidence should be excluded due to a violation of the Fourth Amendment.
The good-faith exception to the federal exclusionary rule must be considered when a no-knock warrant has been issued in error.
A no-knock search warrant is not issued on a per se basis when the officer presents information sufficiently particularized to rebut any legal conclusion that the warrant was issued on a per se basis, even though the information was not sufficiently particularized to provide probable cause for a no-knock provision.
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|Seq. #||Filing Date||Description||Attachment|
|1||04/07/2003||NOTICE OF APPEAL : 03/18/2003|
|2||04/07/2003||ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT : 03/18/2003|
|3||04/07/2003||TRANSCRIPT DATED February 5, 2003|
|4||04/07/2003||DISK - TRA (2-5-03)(e-mailed)|
|5||04/14/2003||RECORD ON APPEAL (Not rec'd: 6,10,&29 -- Copies of Felony Scheduling Orders and 15,40&46 - tapes)|
|8||05/20/2003||DISK - ATB|
|11||06/13/2003||DISK - AEB|
|12||09/11/2003||APPEARANCES: Birch P. Burdick; Lindsey D. Haugen, Ryan Utvick|
|13||09/11/2003||ARGUED: Burdick; Haugen (Vol. Y; Page 139)|
|14||09/11/2003||ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST|
|16||02/25/2004||SPLIT OPINION : Neumann, William A.||View|
|17||02/25/2004||(CONCUR Specially) : Sandstrom, Dale V.|
|18||02/25/2004||(CONCUR & DISSENT) : Maring, Mary Muehlen|
|19||02/26/2004||Judgment Mailed to Parties|
|21||03/23/2004||RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE|
|22||05/24/2010||EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed|