The former high school tennis coached charged with allegedly raping a student and then violating a harassment no-contact order by allegedly meeting with her is asking the court to throw out both criminal cases against him.

Daniel Erik Hubbard Wilson's attorney, Eric Olson, filed motions Friday asking the court to dismiss two cases against his client for lack of probable cause.

Wilson, 27, was first charged in Ramsey County District Court on Oct. 6 with first-degree criminal sexual conduct and third-degree criminal sexual conduct for allegedly sexually assaulting a student he coached at Visitation School in Mendota Heights. Wilson allegedly began sexually assaulting the girl in September 2013 when she was 15, and continued for a year. Wilson also served as her personal tennis coach.

Wilson bailed out of jail Oct. 6, the same day he was served with a harassment no-contact order banning him from any contact with the girl.

Authorities allege that once out of jail, Wilson posed as a TV character and contacted the girl on Twitter, directing her to a blog allegedly written by him. The two allegedly communicated on the blog and met up twice. Wilson allegedly asked the girl to alter information she had given police that led to the sexual assault charge.

He was charged on Oct. 23 with violating the harassment no-contact order.

Olson's motions, which are identical for both criminal cases against Wilson, also asked the court to suppress evidence obtained "as a result of a search, search and seizure, wiretapping, or any form of electronic or mechanical eavesdropping" because such evidence was obtained in violation of Wilson's constitutional and statutory protections against unreasonable searches and seizures, and invasion of privacy.

The motions asked the court to suppress any evidence obtained "as a result of confessions, admissions or statements in the nature of confessions made by the defendant," and to prohibit prosecutors from offering other evidence "on the grounds that the notices filed by the prosecuting attorney are vague, abmiguous, and not specific..."

Authorities have filed a search warrant affidavit to analyze the contents of Wilson's phone, and the Oct. 23 charge allege that he and the girl communicated via the blog and on iPods that Wilson provided.

Wilson has a Nov. 25 pre-trial hearing in the sexual assault case, and a Nov. 17 omnibus hearing in the no-contact order case. He is out on bail.