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Prior Drug Arrest

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Since a prior drug arrest or conviction cannot be used as probable cause for a search, and in fact that information was used by affiant within his affidavit, would this be knowingly and purposely misleading the judge? Surely the affient would have to know he couldn't use that information as part of his probable cause.

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