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May
13

Florida Supreme Court: Cell Phone Searches Unconstitutional

At a time when smartphones have become the storehouse of everyone’s personal information, can an arresting officer seize yours and rummage through its contents, then maybe call your business associates and poke your Facebook friends?

They could — but not anymore, the Florida Supreme Court ruled.

At least not without a search warrant.

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