Court affirms firearms conviction after warrantless search

Evidence that a felon possessed firearms was properly admitted in his criminal case even though authorities lacked a search warrant, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals held Wednesday. Authorities relied on permission to search from the man’s live-in girlfriend who said he had sexually assaulted her daughter and placed her in fear for her safety.
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Supreme Court affirms bestiality conviction

A Muncie man’s confession that he committed bestiality was admissible in the trial court because it was supported by evidence the state introduced that provided an inference that the crime had been committed, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled.
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