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Cops can’t search cellphone seized at arrest, Florida Supreme Court says; will case go to SCOTUS?

May 3, 2013, 01:02 pm CDT

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They had the phone. The perp wasn't able to destroy the evidence. Get a warrant. Pure laziness or stupidity from LEO.

By Fred on 2013 05 03, 8:54 pm CDT

Thank you Florida Supreme Court for being reasonable.

For everyone else, your cell phone should be password protected and set to wipe itself after five or six incorrect attempts at a login.

By Island Attorney on 2013 05 05, 10:09 pm CDT

Hmm. Could the Florida jurists, when they decided the case, have subconsciously imagined THEIR cell phone data getting searched?

By SouthHill on 2013 05 06, 4:25 pm CDT

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