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Supreme Court will decide if warrantless cellphone searches are constitutional

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Jan
2014

The Supreme Court has today decided to rule on whether or not the warrantless search of cellphones is legal under the constitution. Its eventual decision will outline how law enforcement can and cannot make use of seized phones as evidence — a digital rights issue that neither states nor circuits courts can agree upon. A digital rights issue that divides states and courts The first, United States v. Wurie, concerns the arrest of Brima Wurie after a suspected drug deal in 2007.

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