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What this appeals court decided is that just like anything else -- keeping your pocket your wallet some business cards a crumpled up old -- -- cell phone is now fair game for police to search without a warrant.
We -- understand.
Our right to privacy would be invaded with this because you had emails on there which you need to search warrant you have social networking which you may need to search warrant most people use their their cellular phones in their Smartphones.
For so many different things that require a search warrant.
Attorney -- -- -- -- -- believes this appeals court decision violates the US constitution.
Reversing a lower court decision in ruling.
Eight cell phone should be treated no differently than a wallet accordions could have their fourth amendment rights violated.
Tomorrow absolutely it goes back more than two years to the arrest of Ricardo Glasgow and Brevard County.
While being locked up for drug possession police searched glass -- cell phone.
No warrant and decided he also intended to sell the drugs sticking and with more criminal charges.
I think that.
-- -- the ruling this way airing on the side of caution.
Is against our rights.
Like your -- our definition erring on the side of caution is to say yes you can go into myself wanna violate my rights.
That's how we're erring on the side of caution that -- -- -- caution exactly that seems like a violation of my right to privacy.
The appeals court judges do understand that their decision affects every single Floridian and that's why they asked me State Supreme Court two also weigh in on this issue.
But that might not happen for months.
In the newsroom chase -- fox 35 news.
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