The white-collar defense bar is crowing over Judge Alison Nathan‘s sweeping 92-page warrant suppression order in the Southern District U.S. Attorney’s securities fraud case against financier Benjamin Wey, in U.S. v. Wey, 15-cr-00611.

Wey was charged in an eight-count indictment in September 2015 with, among other charges, securities and wire fraud conspiracy, and money laundering. On Jan. 25, 2012, federal agents conducted searches at both the company’s offices and Wey’s apartment. Federal agents seized thousands of pages from the two locations, along with computers, drug prescriptions, X-rays of Wey’s family, children’s test scores, divorce papers from Wey’s first marriage, photograms of the family and “rural landscapes.”

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