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Search and Seizure — search warrants – overbreadth — reasonableness

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

Criminal

Search and Seizure — search warrants – overbreadth — reasonableness

Nathan G. Huber appeals from a judgment convicting him of manufacturing/delivering THC in an amount less than 200 grams. He contends that the circuit court erred when it determined that the arresting officer’s actions did not constitute an unreasonable search. He further contends that the court erred when it determined that the search warrant obtained by the State was not unconstitutionally overbroad. We reject Huber’s claims and affirm the judgment of conviction. This opinion will not be published.

2012AP681-CR State v. Huber

Dist II, Sheboygan County, Bolgert, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Hoff, Casey J., Sheboygan; Ahmad, Aneeq, Sheboygan; For Respondent: O’Brien, Daniel J., Madison; DeCecco, Joseph R., Sheboygan

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