Cell Phone Search and Seizure Case Update

In May, we wrote about a Boston case, United States v. Wurie, that was picked up by the US Supreme Court with a fact pattern that we thought could have major implications for the Fourth Amendment and personal privacy.  Today, the Court issued its ruling, holding unanimously that police must have a warrant to search cellphones of arrested individuals.  Read the decision here.

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