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The iArrest: Can the Police Search my Phone?

The United States Supreme Court recently ruled on the landmark case Riley v. California and answered a question that has become extremely important in an increasingly digital world: do the police need a warrant to search a person’s phone after an arrest? In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court held that police cannot look through your phone without a warrant just because you were arrested.

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Sealing Minor Pot Convictions

After the measure failed in Colorado last year, there is hope that this year's legislature will revive the bill allowing minor pot convictions to be sealed. A similar measure succeeded in Washington, D.C., so at least there is some precedent for the legislature to consider.

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