Education Law: Search of Student’s Cell Phone Violates Fourth Amendment Rights

Education Law: Search of Student’s Cell Phone Violates Fourth Amendment Rights

Search of Student’s Cell Phone Violates Fourth Amendment Rights

 

         Subsequent to the Supreme Court’s ruling in Riley v. California, a court has held that searching a cell phone is not reasonable under the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.  This is the right result and public school children should enjoy the right to privacy in their cell phones.

 

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