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After Appeals Court Flip-Flop, Aaron Graham Asks Supreme Court To Examine Warrantless Access To Cell Location Info

Aaron Graham -- the defendant at the center of a Fourth Amendment dispute over the warrantless acquisition of cell site location info -- is hoping to get one more court to take a look at his case. Last summer, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals became the first appeals court to institute a warrant requirement for historical CSLI. As was noted then, the court found that the records generated by cell phones (and held by phone companies) had an expectation of privacy -- at least when obtained for a significant period of time.
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