What does it take for prosecutors to properly obtain warrants to track a suspect’s real-time cellphone movements?
That’s the question Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court is set to consider in two cases—captioned Commonwealth v. Pacheco and Commonwealth v. Dunkins—both of which the justices this week slated for oral arguments.
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