Smartphones Meet the Fourth Amendment

Smartphones Meet the Fourth Amendment

NCSL Fall Forum: Dec. 1, 2011 

Running time: 01:17:20

Senator Joni Culter,
South Dakota
Representative Chris Perone, Connecticut

Wayne Logan
, Florida State University College of Law, Florida 
Representative Thomas Upton Reynolds II, Mississippi
Mary Kennedy, Counsel, Senate Committee on Public Safety, California


As wireless technology becomes smaller and smarter, issues around warrantless searches of cell phones become larger and more common. Listen as the session discusses state issues and actions related to warrantless searches of cell phones at time of arrest. 




































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