Criminal Practice

The U.S. Supreme Court Takes on Cellphones and Privacy

, The Legal Intelligencer


The Fourth Amendment has protected individuals from unlawful governmental searches and seizures for more than two centuries. Initially, the thrust of the Fourth Amendment focused on the homes of early Americans—those places where individuals wanted to remain "secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects."

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