In United States v. Leon (1984) the Court held that five-month-old…

In United States v. Leon (1984) the Court held that five-month-old information from an informant is “stale” and cannot be used to establish probable cause. In the same case the Court stated that the issue of staleness “must be determined by the circumstances of each case.” Discuss situations in which evidence would not be “stale” even for a considerable length of time.

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