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Cellphone Search and Seizure Laws

Published: February 10, 2016 | By: Max Alexander | Views: 1758
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Max Alexander
Currently a Federal Law Enforcement Officer, Max is a graduate of the Defense Cybercrime Investigation Academy’s Cyber Crime Investigation program. He has 17 years of special operations and investigative experience, and has worked with and provided training to local, state, federal, and foreign law enforcement and military organizations.
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4 Comments
  1. Nice, does the warrant limit the search to contents on the mobile phone device or its legal to extend this search to contents stored on cloud and any other elements Synced?..nice to know…

  2. Well done, thank you.

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    Thankyou Max. I appreciate your information. Nicely presented too.

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