The Digital Age Meets the Constitution: Implications of Jones v. U.S.
February 15, 2012
The Supreme Court’s Jones v. United States ruling changed the dynamics of electronic surveillance conducted by law enforcement during investigations. Jones’ three opinions addressing warrant requirements could significantly impact the steps used to secure search warrants in the future.
On Wednesday, February 15, in The Digital Age Meets the Constitution: Implications of Jones v. U.S., an expert panel analyzes the Jones v. United States ruling and the impact it has on electronic surveillance under the Fourth Amendment, as well as the Fourteenth Amendment.
Justin Murphy is one of the speakers at this webinar.
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