Supreme Court Rules Police Cannot Search Your Cell Phone Without a Warrant

Supreme Court Rules Police Cannot Search Your Cell Phone Without a Warrant

The US Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor of personal privacy, stating that police must first obtain a warrant before searching your cell phone. DUI attorney, Jonathan Rands and Dillon Honcoop discuss what affect this may have on everything from DUI cases to the NSA's monitoring of personal activity. 

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