Think again before texting about that drug deal you just made, because police will be able to read all about it if you get arrested. And they won’t need a warrant. The California Supreme Court ruled in San Francisco Monday that warrantless searches of cell phones are allowed under precedents set by the U.S. Supreme Court…
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