Supreme Court: Want to Search a Cellphone? “Get a Warrant.”

Something seems very wrong here, because the report is that the Supreme Court has unanimously held in Riley v. California that the police need to get a warrant before rummaging through the cellphone of someone they’ve arrested.


The opinion, apparently written by someone posing as Justice Roberts, is quite broad and there’s no reason it shouldn’t apply to laptop computers, for example.

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