NJLJ: Analysis: Give Us Your Cell Phone Password and Constitutional Rights, Please

NJLJ: Analysis: Give Us Your Cell Phone Password and Constitutional Rights, Please by Louis Locascio (“The issue, of first impression, was whether requiring a defendant to disclose the passcode of his cell phone violates his protection against self-incrimination provided by the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and New Jersey law.”)

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