The Pennsylvania Superior Court reissued an opinion in the case of a child pornography defendant who took his computer to be serviced and now faces criminal charges because his computer was seized by police without a warrant after store personnel alerted police to purported child pornographic computer files.

The Superior Court first issued a decision in Commonwealth v. Sodomsky Aug. 9, but the opinion in that case referenced Commonwealth v. McCree, a decision that was reversed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in May.

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