This Note argues that preindictment rulings denying 41(e) motions are not immediately appealable. Part I discusses decisions that mandate dismissal of such appeals for want of jurisdiction. Part II examines the policy rationales behind these precedents. Finally, Part III argues that an adequate remedy exists outside of rule 41(e), rendering immediate appellate review of rulings on 41(e) motions unnecessary.
Clifford A. Godiner,
Interlocutory Appeal of Preindictment Suppression Motions Under Rule 41 ( e ),
Mich. L. Rev.
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