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Criminal Law: Vehicle Search – Exclusionary Rule – Appellate Precedent

State v. Johnson; State v. Hicks; State v. Kingsley; State v. Kingsley (MLW No. 63024/Case Nos. SC91173/SC91182/SC91214/SC91429 – 12 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Russell, J.; Teitelman, C.J., Breckenridge, Fischer, Stith and Price, JJ., and Sherry, Sp. J., concur. Draper, J., not participating) Appealed from circuit courts: Daviess County, McElwain, J.; Howell County, Evans, J.; and Henry County, Journey, J. (Ellen H. Flottman and Alexa I. Pearson, Columbia, for Johnson) (Daniel N. McPherson, Jefferson City, for the state in Johnson’s case) (Matthew M. Ward, Columbia, for Hicks) (Joshua N. Corman for the state in Hicks’ case) (Sarah Duncan, Clinton, for the Kingsleys) (Terrence M. Messonier, Jefferson City, for the state in the Kingsleys’ case).