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 September 13, 2016  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Andrea Kelly reports:

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday that a person’s cell phone cannot be searched without a warrant and that a person should have an expectation of privacy when bringing a cell phone to a friend’s home.

The court upheld a lower court’s decision saying a Tucson man’s right to privacy extended to the contents of his cell phone when he was visiting his girlfriend’s apartment.

Read more on Arizona Public Media.

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