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Name: U.S. v. Huggins
Case #: 01-30065
Opinion Date: 08/06/2002
Court: US Court of Appeals
District 9 Cir
Citation: 299 Fed.3d 1039

The officers’ reliance on a search warrant was objectively reasonable, and thus the good faith exception applied, where the affidavit provided comparative electrical use before defendant occupied the property, and of neighboring properties, and where an untested informant’s specific tip was corroborated, and defendant’s current vehicle registration indicated he lived at that address.