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Automobile exception doesn’t apply to houses: USSC

The Supreme Court of the United States of America recently held that the automobile exception to the Fourth Amendment does not permit a police officer, uninvited and without a warrant, to enter the curtilage of a home in order to … Continue reading

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No reasonable expectation of privacy in data emanating from cell phone; Fourth Amendment not violated: Sixth Circuit (USA)

United States Court of Appeals (Sixth Circuit) recently ruled that appellant did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the data emanating from his cell phone when government used the data to determine its real-time location and arrested him … Continue reading

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