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Courts, Senate wrestle with law surrounding cell phone searches

In past years, judges, attorneys, constitutional law experts and telecommunications companies have argued over the privacy rights and implications of information stored on cell phones and how, or if, that information can be used in criminal proceedings. The Fourth Amendment protects all Americans against unreasonable, warrantless search and seizure. But is your cell phone entitled to that same protection?

Know your Miranda rights in the event of an arrest

Anyone who has seen an action movie or crime drama can probably recite their Miranda Rights on command: "You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be held against you," and so on. This just illustrates how integral Miranda Rights are to our nation's criminal justice system.

Supreme Court considers drug dogs and the Fourth Amendment: part two

Last week we introduced two cases recently heard by the United States Supreme Court. The court has taken up several issues surrounding the use of drug-sniffing dogs in arrests and criminal investigations that could have lasting effects on Americans' due process rights and criminal defense.

Supreme Court considers drug dogs and the Fourth Amendment: part one

The Supreme Court recently heard two cases involving drug charges that were facilitated by drug-sniffing dogs. Their ruling in these matters could have broad implications for criminal defense and redefine the rights of the accused, particularly in drug cases.

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