When Police want to Search Your Cell Phone without a Warrant–It’s YOUR Call, Not Theirs

When Police want to Search Your Cell Phone without a Warrant--It’s YOUR Call, Not Theirs

A HUGE legal decision for the digital age. On June 25, 2014, the Supreme Court broadened your Constitutional Right to privacy and freedom from unreasonable search and seizure. Police now need a warrant to search your cell phone data. Why the Decision? Prior to this ruling, police were able to go through your cell phone records incident to a lawful arrest. Police were able to literally scroll through your pictures, text, and stored data to

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