MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER
KARON O. BOWDRE, Chief District Judge.
This matter is before the court on Defendant's Motion to Suppress Evidence. (Doc. 17). The Government filed a Response (doc. 21) and supplemental Notice apprising the court of recent decisions in related litigation. (Doc. 22). Defendant did not file a reply.
Mr. Duff argues that the search and seizure of his property in the Northern District of Alabama exceeded the scope of the NIT warrant. He further argues that the warrant was invalid under the Fourth Amendment's probable cause and particularity mandates; Rule 41(b) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure; and 28 U.S.C. § 636(a), a provision of the Federal Magistrates Act. Mr. Duff asserts that the good faith exception does not apply to warrants that are void ab initio, as this warrant was. He maintains that the evidence seized pursuant to the residential warrant—which was authorized based on the information seized by the NIT—and Mr. Duff's statements to the FBI should be suppressed as fruit of the poisonous tree. The Government rejects these contentions.
This court previously denied a substantially similar motion to suppress evidence seized pursuant to the exact same warrant. United States v. Taylor, ___ F. Supp. 3d ____, 2017 WL 1437511 (N.D. Ala. Apr. 24, 2017). The parties have offered no new evidence or argument on this motion that would direct a different result here. The court incorporates by reference its reasoning in the Taylor opinion.