4th Amendment Privacy and Smart Phones

Posted: January 24, 2015 by Nazim in Criminal Procedure, Right to Privacy, Technology

This week handles a hypothetical only a paranoid conspiracy theorist could love.  Through the lens of whether police could solve crimes by searching fingerprints given to access smart phones, Brett and Nazim discuss how the 4th amendment has evolved with technology, specifically through cases like Katz v U.S., Riley v. California and Maryland v. King.  We also cover which Supreme Court Justice loves the Philly Phanatic. Libsyn link

Animated image of the Phanatic dancing with a Phan.

The Philly Phanatic, ladies and gentlemen.


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