Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones In June of 2014, The United States Supreme Court announced that the police may not perform warrantless searches of cell phones without a warrant. Riley v. California; U.S. v. Wurie, 573 U.S ___, 2014. The Court’s holding is a victory for privacy rights and Constitutional traditionalists. Specifically, the Court stated that “the police may not, without a warrant search digital information on a cell phone seized from an individual who has been arrested.” Although it certainly seems that there is nothing private anymore, the Supreme Court recognized that there are still privacy interests that should […]
Juvenile Sex Offender Registration in Delaware Juvenile Sex Offender registration is a topic that has been highly debated. In most circles juvenile sex offender registration is a controversial topic which pits the benefits of community and victim protection against the severe consequences juvenile sex offender registration has on the future opportunities of a registered child. 11 Del.C. Section 4123 outlines the juvenile sex offender registration requirements. Unfortunately, even minor sex offenses that may have in previous generations been viewed as childhood curiosity, can result in sex offender registration. In addition, because of Delaware’s mandatory reporting laws, any parent who has […]
Delaware State Police are searching for a Lincoln man, 42, who they say cheated a woman out of more than $2,000. Booker T. Martin gave a 20-year-old woman a bad check in 2012 and asked her to give him a small part of the amount, said Cpl. Gary Fournier of the Delaware State Police.