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Federal court rules detective violated law when searching teen in 2014 ‘sexting’ case

Virginia police’s efforts to take photos of a teenager’s genitals while they were investigating him for sending a video to his girlfriend was an unconstitutional search, the 4th Circuit appeals court ruled.
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