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Court: Suspect's Motion to Suppress Evidence Should Have Been Granted

Friday, April 5, 2024 | 0

A Florida appellate court ruled that a criminal defendant’s motion to suppress evidence should have been granted because officers lacked probable cause to seize a backpack full of cash as evidence of a suspected fraud scheme. Case: Perez v. Tony, No. 4D2023-0377, 04/03/2024, published. Facts: Jhourdan Hernandez incorporated a construction company called JMHA Global LLC in October 2021. JMHA obtained a workers' compensation insurance policy in November 2021 based on an expected annual payroll of $120,000, which required an annual premium of about $16,000. The Broward County Sh...

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