Pivotal Supreme Court case could expand unwarranted cellphone searches
The question of whether or not police and government agents have the right to search smartphones as part of the standard evidence collection process heads to the Supreme Court on April 29, in Riley v. California.
By Chris DiMarcoApril 29, 2014
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