Justices concerned about opening cellphones to warrantless searches
During opening arguments on April 29 for the case Riley v. California, Justices seemed cautious in opening up digital information held on smartphones and other devices to the unwarranted search and seizure currently allowed for other items at the time of an arrest.
By Chris DiMarcoApril 30, 2014
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