WaPo: ‘The Volokh Conspiracy’ Blog: Thoughts on property and positive law after the Carpenter oral argument

WaPo: ‘The Volokh Conspiracy’ Blog: Thoughts on property and positive law after the Carpenter oral argument by Will Baude:

Justice Neil Gorsuch seems to have surprised and concerned some observers during [Wednesday]‘s oral arguments in Carpenter v. United States. He came out with a number of questions quite skeptical of the government’s position, but focusing on reasons that Carpenter might have a property right in his personal cell-site records. These included both provisions of federal law and possibly state common law.

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