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Friday, January 17, 2014

Law - "If the police arrest you, should they be able to snoop through your iPhone" Yes in Indiana [Updated]

That is the answer given in this Forbes article by Kashmir Hill, with an interactive map referencing, for Indiana, the Feb. 29, 2012 7th Circuit opinion in Flores-Lopez. See also this March 1, 2012 ILB post re the Posner opinion.

[Updated at 5:15 PM] However, a reader points to the Sept. 24, 2012 Indiana Court of Appeals decision in Gregory Kirk v. State of Indiana, summarized here (5th case), finding a warrentless search of a cell phone "unreasonable under Article I, Section 11 of the Indiana Constitution." Transfer was denied, Dec. 14, 2012.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on January 17, 2014 03:42 PM
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