Six months ago, a North Bay man who was chased into his garage by police won a rare defense victory in the United States Supreme Court, which limited officers’ power to enter the house of a suspect without warrant.
This meant that entering Arthur Lange’s garage was illegal – but because the officer couldn’t know ahead of time, Lange’s conviction for impaired driving was valid, a ruling ruled on Monday. state appeals court.
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