Mr. David Riley sir, you're driving a car with expired tags with an expired license. I'm gonna have to search your car.
Noooo! My phone! I had it on my person! This feels like a fourth amendment right violation :(
Brip Biller $$ XD
Wow! I'm so lucky I found this evidence right in his pocket!
Because the cell phone didn't threaten an officer's security, they had no right to search the phone without a warrant. Additionally, the evidence wouldn't expire in evidence lock up. This was unlwaful.
According to People v. Diaz, this was a legal search of the cellphone since the incident occurred during a legal search.
Since iPhones can't hurt an officer, I move that a cell phone search requires a search warrant. This evidence is thrown out. Searching a cell phone needs more protections considering how much personal information is on it.
Wow! I agree! Thank you for setting this new precedent and breaking from tradition. In this crazy digital world I'm glad you judges understand what's at stake!