Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Police Can't Search a Cell Phone Without a Warrant

One of the bigger decisions out of the Supreme Court this term was released today (Riley v. California), dealing with the right of the police to search the cell phone of a suspect. When I was admitted to the Supreme Court in May, both Justices we met afterwards (Alito & Ginsburg) discussed the ongoing deliberations of the Court over this issue. When things slow down, I'm going to go through the entire decision, but for now, here's the Wall Street Journal's Law Blog's take on it:

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