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Are warrantless cell phone searches unconstitutional?

  • Yes, of course.

    Any warrantless search is unconstitutional and should not take place. There are laws in this regard for reasons, and there's a huge body of law in this regard, and it needs to be followed. If for some reason it is believed that there is reason to conduct a search, then a warrant should be asked for and the law should be followed. We are not a renegade society.

  • Yes, of course.

    Any warrantless search is unconstitutional and should not take place. There are laws in this regard for reasons, and there's a huge body of law in this regard, and it needs to be followed. If for some reason it is believed that there is reason to conduct a search, then a warrant should be asked for and the law should be followed. We are not a renegade society.

  • Yes, they are

    It isn't that difficult with the way the landscape looks these days to get a warrant for a search, if there's any probable cause whatsoever then obtaining one shouldn't be an issue. This really isn't a road we want to start going down, if you want to search something then follow the procedures to get green lighted to do so.

  • Yes, they are

    It isn't that difficult with the way the landscape looks these days to get a warrant for a search, if there's any probable cause whatsoever then obtaining one shouldn't be an issue. This really isn't a road we want to start going down, if you want to search something then follow the procedures to get green lighted to do so.

  • If Their is An Exigent Circumstance.

    Exigent Circumstances. This exception refers to emergency situations where the process of getting a valid search warrant could compromise public safety or could lead to a loss of evidence. This encompasses instances of "hot pursuit" in which a suspect is about to escape. A recent California Supreme Court decision ruled that police may enter a DUI suspect's home without a warrant on the basis of the theory that important evidence, namely the suspect's blood alcohol level, may be lost otherwise. If the police officer think's he needs to search your phone because you have something illegal on it, i think it is fully within the confines of the constitution. If you do not have anything to hide, then why would you just not let hims earch your phone?


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