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Supreme Court raises concerns over warrantless cellphone searches

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The Supreme Court raised concerns Tuesday about whether police have the constitutional right to search the cellphones of people they arrest. The justices addressed the privacy rights issue during oral arguments in a pair of cases in which defendants were convicted and sentenced to prison partly because police obtained key evidence from their cellphones after a warrantless search. Justice Elena...

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