October 29, 2015 Court, Surveillance, U.S.
Orin Kerr writes:
If you’ve been waiting for the Supreme Court to decide whether the Fourth Amendment applies to government collection of cell-site records, you will probably have to wait a little longer. On Wednesday, the Fourth Circuit granted the government’s petition for rehearing in United States v. Graham, the case on whether and how the Fourth Amendment applies to the collection of historical cell site data. As I explained here back in August, the Fourth Circuit’s grant of rehearing eliminates the circuit split (at least for now) with the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits.
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