May 142010
 May 14, 2010  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Joshua Melvin reports:

A judge this morning agreed to make public the justification for raiding the home of a tech-site writer at the heart of the iPhone prototype case.

San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Clifford Cretan said the basis for the warrant to search Gizmodo writer Jason Chen’s home should be released because some of the sensitive information in it is already public and the investigation is not as active as it was when he signed off on the warrant April 23.

Read more on Mercury News. The affidavit hasn’t been released yet, but I will post a link to it below as soon as I can found one.

Update 1: You can find the affidavit and other related documents on Cnet.

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