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Criminal Law: Seizure-Urine Sample-Probable Cause

Where a defendant challenged the denial of his motion to suppress evidence of a urine sample that police took from him eight days after his alleged illegal possession of a firearm, arguing that the search warrant authorizing the seizure was not supported by probable cause, the judgment is affirmed because probable cause continued to exist when the warrant was executed.

Judgment is affirmed.

U.S. v. Leick (MLW No. 74310/Case No. 18-2700 – 3 pages) (U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, per curiam) Appealed from U.S. District Court, Northern District of Iowa, Reade, J. (Cory Jon Goldensoph, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, argued for appellant) (Patrick T. Greenwood, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, argued for appellee).