The United States Supreme Court held in Riley v. California that the police generally may not, without a warrant, search digital information on a cellphone seized from an individual who has been arrested. 305 more words
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That was the question being debated on the most recent episode of the Intelligence Squared podcast.
Moderated by ABC News’ John Donvan, the debate featured 163 more words
(This, as always, is all general ranting and a little bit of simplified law, and not to be taken as any kind of legal advice. Also, I’m not trying to offend anyone wearing the uniform and putting their lives on the line every day to protect rights. 1,502 more words
UNION COUNTY, Ind. (CBS Cleveland) – When Ellen Bogan was pulled over by an Indiana State Police Trooper she expected perhaps a ticket; instead she received something quite different. 495 more words