Monique Ferraro: Ruling Limits Cell Phone Searches — But Not Enough
Lady Liberty rejoiced recently when a rare unanimous U.S. Supreme Court held that police may not rummage through an arrestee's cell phone without a warrant. For years now, police officers have riffled through arrestees' mobile devices with impunity. That is, until June 25, 2014 when the decisions in David Leon Riley v California and United States v Brima Wurie were issued by the court.
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