Recent Woes for Prosecutors in Cellphone Searches
October 13, 2021 | New York Law Journal
The abundance of data stored on cellphones has been a double-edged sword for cellphone users seeking to suppress government searches. Since the Supreme Court recognized heightened privacy interests implicated by modern cellphone searches, lower courts have scrutinized the scope and circumstances of government searches of cellphones in criminal cases. In our latest article, “Recent Woes for Prosecutors in Cellphone Searches,” we analyze recent district court decisions applying Fourth Amendment protections to this ubiquitous form of modern technology.
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