Warrants requiring fingerprints to unlock cellphones and computers
byadminonOctober 24, 2016
Orin Kerr has written a couple of interesting new posts on whether warrants requiring a person to press his finger to a censor on a cell phone or commuter violate the 5th Amendment. Click here and here.
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