(1) A defendant aggrieved by an unlawful search and seizure may move the court to
suppress as evidence anything obtained by the unlawful search and seizure.
(2) If the motion states facts that, if true, would show that the evidence should
be suppressed, the court shall hear the merits of the motion at the omnibus hearing
or at a later date if the court orders.
(3) If the motion is granted, the evidence is not admissible at trial.
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