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Riley v. California: Inside the Case

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Published on Apr 25, 2014

Do the police need a warrant to search the contents of your cell phone on arrest? The Supreme Court hears arguments on the issue on April 29, 2014 in Riley v. California. Professor Kim Bailey (IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law) discusses the background and the issues at stake in the case.

For more on Riley v. California, visit http://bit.ly/1jMUtUd

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