US Supreme Court rules Cell Phones need Warrant

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USSC Riley V. California

The US Supreme Court took away the right of the police to randomly search cell phones of people they stop or arrest in a recent decision.

In Riley V. California the US Supreme Court decided UNAMIMOUSLY that the 4th Amendment protects cell phones in searches, so now police must get a warrant before they can look at data on a persons cell phone.

 

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