Category: Privacy

For Arizona Medical Marijuana Users, Your Car is Not a Private Place

The Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA) does not grant immunity to card holders smoking marijuana in a public place, including if you want to “toke up” inside your car before a concert.  The Arizona Court of Appeals Division One, Affirmed Judge Michael Gordon’s Superior Court Ruling in State v. Tagge.  After a bench trial, Judge Gordon […]

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Cellphone Privacy

Limits to the Government’s Power to Search Cell Phones

Recently, a U.S. Magistrate Judge issued an Order explaining that there are limits to the Government’s power to search cell phones pursuant to a search warrant. In a sealed case in Oakland, California, the Government sought a search warrant allowing federal authorities to search a house, and to obtain the cell phones of everyone in the […]

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