Feb 252015
 February 25, 2015  Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Alyson Palmer reports:

Backed by groups concerned about government intrusion on privacy, a criminal defense attorney on Tuesday asked a federal appeals court to put the brakes on the warrantless acquisition of cellphone company records that can help identify a phone user’s location.

Several of the 11 judges hearing the case seemed concerned about what a ruling for the government might mean as technology evolves and gives law enforcement more tools. But, backed by apparent allies on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, a Justice Department lawyer tried to steer the court from broader implications to the specific issue at hand.


The defendant in the case, Quartavius Davis, was convicted of federal robbery charges after a South Florida jury trial.

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