A man charged with groping women on the subway has successfully moved to suppress the photos and videos of the victims’ buttocks he allegedly took with his cell phone camera.

Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Anthony J. Ferrara found that an arresting officer’s viewing of the pictures constituted a warrantless search and that neither of the prosecution’s two proffered exceptions to the Fourth Amendment’s requirement for a warrant applied.

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