The Supreme Court of Georgia has unanimously affirmed the suppression of evidence obtained from the mobile phones and other electronic devices of a former law student charged with murder in the death of a foster child.

In an opinion handed down Monday, the high court agreed with a trial judge who last year suppressed the electronic evidence because of the “unreasonable delay” in obtaining search warrants for communications and other information from the seized mobile phones and computers. The devices belong to defendants Jennifer Rosenbaum, who was a third-year law student at Emory University when she was arrested, and her husband, Joseph Rosenbaum, according to prosecutors’ appellate brief.

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