Yes. The crux of the issue is whether there was probable cause
to enter the property. If the car is in a driveway next to the sidewalk, then you will have a hard time winning the motion; however, if the car is not in plain sight of the road or sidewalk, and the officer walks hundreds of feet to get to the car, then your chances of suppression are good. Please let me know if you have other questions.
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