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Court: Police can search cell phones without warrant in arrests

The California Supreme Court ruled in San Francisco Monday that police are entitled to serch text messages on the cell phones of arrestees without obtaining a warrant.

The court, ruling in a Ventura County case, said by a 5-2 vote that warrantless searches of text messages are permitted under precedents set by the U.S. Supreme Court.


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