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I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It is possible that the evidence recovered could be suppressed. It depends on what the officers testify to. A warrant has to state with specificity the place to be searched. And in some instances, when the location on the warrant doesn't match the place to be searched, the courts have suppressed the evidence recovered from the search. The only hitch is that there is something called the good faith exception, and if the officers are somehow able to testify that they were mistaken in good faith about the place to be searched, since the description was accurate, they may be able to overcome the suppression issue. So it will ultimately depend on how the testimony goes and how the officers explain away the defect in the warrant, but it is still possible that a judge may grant the motion and suppress the evidence.