Oct 082013
 October 8, 2013  Posted by  Featured News, Laws

Alanna Durkin of Associated Press reports:

Maine law enforcement will have to get search warrants to gather information from cellphones including voicemails, text messages or location data under two new laws going into effect Wednesday.


Under the new laws, police will have to show probable cause that the information they’re seeking is relevant to a criminal case, unless they can prove that waiting for a warrant will put someone’s life or safety in danger.

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