Judge follows precedent, holds cell records don’t need warrant
Law enforcement officials did not conduct an unconstitutional search when they obtained information from a cellphone service provider that helped them identify a suspect in a burglary, a federal judge held.In a written opinion this week, U.S. District Judge John Z. Lee denied Joel Rosario’s motion to suppress the cell-site location information officers acquired without a search warrant.Lee conceded the 7th U.S. Circuit …
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