LA: No REP in a contraband cell phone found in a jail

There is no reasonable expectation of privacy in a contraband cell phone found in a jail. Riley provides no protection in a jail cell phone. State v. Kisack, 2017 La. LEXIS 2314 (Oct. 18, 2017).

A traffic stop was based on probable cause of a traffic offense, and then the officer smelled marijuana which gave probable cause to search the vehicle. Martin v. State, 2017 Miss. LEXIS 424 (Oct. 19, 2017).*

Officers had probable cause for a search of defendant’s vehicle based on observations of a controlled buy and detailed information from a CI. United States v. Morales, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 172935 (D. S.D. Oct. 19, 2017).*

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