NYLJ: Judge Urges Action to Curb ‘Overbroad’ Digital Search Warrants

NYLJ: Judge Urges Action to Curb ‘Overbroad’ Digital Search Warrants by Andrew Denney:

Overbroad search warrants for digital evidence are “all too common” in New York, are often green-lighted by busy judges who are focused on processing motions and are the product of a system based on outdated statutes, a Manhattan judge said in a ruling to suppress warrants for evidence in a murder case.

This entry was posted in Computer searches, Overbreadth. Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.