In its first season, the series starred Daniel Benzali as defense attorney Theodore (Ted) Hoffman, a criminal litigator and the principal of his own firm, Hoffman and Associates.Backed by a cadre of young associates, Hoffman was a gruff, masterful criminal lawyer who zealously represented his clients in high-profile cases. Somewhat unusual for a television drama of its time, the first season of the series revolved around a single high-profile criminal case.
Field period dates on individual study pages reflect time of proposal acceptance to data delivery to author(s); data files indicate dates that survey was in the field.We affirm the district court's determination that the search warrant was invalid, but we reverse the ruling that the inevitable discovery doctrine would make the unlawfully seized carpet evidence admissible. BACKGROUND On January 19, 2009, the decomposed body of Tiffany Lauer–Ventura was found dumped in a remote area near Los Lunas. We therefore must conduct a two-prong analysis as to each representation made by each hearsay source, recognizing that more than one level of hearsay can support a search warrant affidavit provided each source meets both the veracity and basis of knowledge tests. Defendant's admission that Victim's blood may have been in his bathroom fails to illustrate how her blood was evidence of a homicide instead of evidence of drug use.The medical examiner determined that she was killed by violent blunt-force trauma to the head. Lacking this context, we are left only with Defendant's acknowledgment that Victim may have left blood in his bathroom at some time in their relationship.Murder One is an American legal drama television series that first aired on the ABC network in the United States in 1995.The series was created by Steven Bochco, Charles H. Like many of Bochco's previous series, Murder One was produced in association with 20th Century Fox Television.Sociodemographic factors were associated with both socioemotional competence and behavioral problems.Deficits in socioemotional competence were also associated with neuromotor abnormalities and cognitive and language function Pay Per Article - You may access this article (from the computer you are currently using) for 2 days for US.00Regain Access - You can regain access to a recent Pay per Article purchase if your access period has not yet expired.RESULTS: Thirty-five percent (873) of children had behavioral problems, and 26% (637) displayed deficits in socioemotional competence.Male sex, public insurance, mothers with less than a high school education, and lower maternal age were associated with behavioral problems. Montgomery, Assistant Attorney General, Santa Fe, NM, for Appellee. For clarity, we will refer to the sources who spoke to the detectives—the “confidential source” and the two “concerned citizens”—as level one sources, to the person or persons whom Defendant purportedly told that he killed Victim—to the extent they may have told anyone in the hearsay chain any account of those conversations—as level three sources, and to any sources relaying information between level three and level one as level two sources. Because the affidavit failed to establish either the truthfulness of its sources or the factual bases of their allegations, the conclusory hearsay accounts of Defendant's alleged admission to some unidentified person or persons did not furnish probable cause for issuance of a search warrant. The Nonhearsay Allegations in the Affidavit In a change of position on appeal, the State now argues in the alternative that the nonhearsay portions of the affidavit established probable cause. The warrant may nevertheless stand if the remaining allegations demonstrate probable cause.”).The district court found that the warrant was issued without constitutionally adequate probable cause but refused to suppress pieces of blood-stained carpet on the theory that the carpet inevitably would have been discovered in a potential future search. Regardless of how the sources who spoke to the detective may have learned of their hearsay information that Defendant admitted to killing Victim, these sources are not alleged to have heard Defendant's incriminating admission directly. We have recognized a number of ways in which an affidavit may demonstrate a source's veracity, such as where a source has provided police with reliable information in the past, see Cordova, 109 N. “Mere suspicion about ordinary, non-criminal activities, regardless of an officer's qualifications and experience, does not satisfy probable cause.” Nyce, 2006–NMSC–026, ¶ 2, 13–14, 139 N. 647, 137 P.3d 587 (holding that the defendant's hurriedly purchasing iodine at one store and then hydrogen peroxide at another may have raised police suspicions about possible methamphetamine production but did not amount to probable cause).