The parole search of defendant’s cell phone after he was incarcerated was valid. Here, the officers had reasonable suspicion. (The court saves for another day whether such a search without reasonable suspicion would be valid.) State v. Powley, 2020 ND 124, 2020 N.D. LEXIS 113 (June 2, 2020).
2254 petitioner challenged the search in state court, so he had his full and fair opportunity to litigate in state court under Stone v. Powell. Taylor v. Chapman, 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 17503 (6th Cir. June 3, 2020).*