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New 5th Circuit case limits cell phone searches

Click here to read Orrin Kerr’s analysis of a recent 4th Amendment case from the 5th Circuit. The government properly obtained a warrant to search for text, messages, call logs, and contacts on a cell phone, but not for evidence in the form of photos. Those were suppressed and the conviction overturned. Kerr argues that the 5th Circuit reached the right result for the wrong reason.

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  • John T. Wasielewski January 15, 2021, 10:27 am

    Is your link correct? It leads to feedly.com, and if Orren Kerr’s article is there, I can’t find it.

  • admin January 15, 2021, 11:09 am

    Our mistake. We have fixed the link. Or click here.

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