State v. Buccini

In State v. Buccini, 167 Ariz. 550, 810 P.2d 178 (1991) the court stated that probable cause exists if a reasonably prudent person would be justified in concluding that the items sought under a warrant are connected with criminal activity and that the items will be found at the site designated to be searched. But the court added that justification for a search of the defendant's residence required more than the belief that the items would be found in his residence, noting: "The critical question is whether such items were connected with the particular criminal activity of which he was suspected." Id. at 556, 810 P.2d at 184.