The U.S. Supreme Court has decided that police may not conduct a search incident to arrest of a cell phone unless the police have a search warrant for the phone or there are exigent circumstances. If you are arrested and charged with a drug crime, it is important to know:
- How did the Police Acquire the Cell Phone;
- Was there a Search of the Phone; &
- Was any Information Taken from the Phone;
As a result, if you are facing drug crimes, including drug possesion offenses, it is important to speak to a drug crime attorney who can help you understand what is admissible evidence. Contact Attorney Shane W. Surrette at (774) 364-4605 or at email@example.com today.