Cell Phone Data Searches and the Fourth Amendment

Sometimes a criminal’s cell phone may be confiscated upon arrest and that data can be entered into evidence. Yet, in Spring 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court is set to make a determination on whether searching cell phone data before obtaining a warrant is a violation of a suspect’s Fourth Amendment rights or not. California residents seeking legal guidance on this topic can contact the Law Offices of Mark Raymond McDonald at 888-686-7874 for guidance on your particular matter.