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"In June, the U.S. Supreme Court limited police officers’ ability to search an arrestee incident to an arrest. The decision results from two cases where law enforcement used information obtained from a cell phone search incident to an arrest. Writing for a unanimous court, Chief Justice Roberts said that when it comes to locating cell phones on a person who is lawfully arrested, police officers must obtain a warrant to search the information located on the cell phone."

"The Bottom Line
Riley dictates that police officers are no longer permitted to search the contents of an arrestee’s cell phone found on his person as part of a search incident to an arrest. While not specifically addressing other digital items, officers should also not search incident to an arrest the arrestee’s Ipod, Ipad, tablet, laptop or other similar items unless, of course, officers have a warrant or other exceptions to the warrantless search exist."

Stingray is next?