WaPo: D.C. appeals court poised to rule on whether police need warrants for cellphone tracking

WaPo: D.C. appeals court poised to rule on whether police need warrants for cellphone tracking by Tom Jackman:

Last year, a Maryland appeals court agreed and ruled that Baltimore police could not use evidence collected by a cell-site simulator in an attempted-murder case. On Tuesday, the District’s highest appeals court heard oral arguments on the Jones case and is ready to be the second appellate court in the nation to weigh in on whether capturing an individual’s cell signal is covered by the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition against unreasonable searches and seizures.

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