The Supreme Court today upheld the collection of drug evidence by a Utah detective even though the warrant that was the basis for his arrest was based on evidence form an unlawful investigatory stop. The 5-3 decision drew dissents from the court's three female justices.
The case arose when South Salt Lake City narcotics detective Douglas Fackrell conducted surveillance on a house based on an anonymous . . .
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