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Password Protected? Can A Password Save Your Cell Phone From A Search Incident To Arrest?, Adam M. Gershowitz May 2011

Password Protected? Can A Password Save Your Cell Phone From A Search Incident To Arrest?, Adam M. Gershowitz

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Over the last few years, dozens of courts have authorized police to conduct warrantless searches of cell phones when arresting individuals. Under the “search incident to arrest” doctrine, police are free to search text messages, call histories, photos, voicemails, and a host of other data if they arrest an individual and remove a cell phone from his pocket. Given that courts have offered little protection against cell-phone searches, this Article explores whether individuals can protect themselves by password protecting their phones. The Article concludes, unfortunately, that password protecting a cell phone offers minimal legal protection when an individual is lawfully ...


It's Not Just About Miranda: Determining The Voluntariness Of Confessions In Criminal Prosecutions, Paul Marcus Jul 2006

It's Not Just About Miranda: Determining The Voluntariness Of Confessions In Criminal Prosecutions, Paul Marcus

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No abstract provided.


Defending Miranda, Paul Marcus Jan 1989

Defending Miranda, Paul Marcus

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No abstract provided.


The Supreme Court And The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination: Has The Burger Court Retreated?, Paul Marcus Jan 1985

The Supreme Court And The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination: Has The Burger Court Retreated?, Paul Marcus

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No abstract provided.


Reappraising The Legality Of Post-Trial Interviews, Fredric I. Lederer Jul 1977

Reappraising The Legality Of Post-Trial Interviews, Fredric I. Lederer

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No abstract provided.


The Law Of Confessions - The Voluntariness Doctrine, Fredric I. Lederer Oct 1976

The Law Of Confessions - The Voluntariness Doctrine, Fredric I. Lederer

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No abstract provided.


Rights Warnings In The Armed Services, Fredric I. Lederer Apr 1976

Rights Warnings In The Armed Services, Fredric I. Lederer

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No abstract provided.