I don’t know how often most of you get busted, but if it is something that could be a part of a routine day for you, listen up:
The Supreme Court endorsed digital privacy big time Wednesday, ruling that police officers must get a warrant before searching the contents of a cell phone seized during an arrest.
Just in case you can’t quickly reach your attorney the next time you get pinched.
And if you don’t own a cell phone, that’s a real crime.
Whether your line of work is legal or illegal, a cell phone needs to be in your toolbox.