The United States Supreme Court recently issued a decision regarding whether law enforcement officers are able to search a suspect's cell phone incident to arrest.

"Our answer to the question of what police must do before searching a cell phone seized incident to arrest is...simple - get a warrant."

The Court reasoned that allowing a police officer access to everything that could be on a cell phone was a bridge too far.

If you need help fighting a criminal charge, whether it includes a possible illegal search and seizure on the part of the police or not, give Zach Pashea a call at the Law Office of Keith Short, P.C. and he will help you out. 618-254-0055 or 618-655-9499

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