On June 5, 2015 the New Jersey Supreme Court granted certification to hear our client Gary Lunsford’s case involving the warrantless search of his cell phone records. This case has already been heard by the Monmouth County Superior Court where we won an astounding victory for our client when Judge Mullaney granted our motion to […]
Smell of Marijuana and reports of Gunfire not Enough to justify Warrantless Search in NJ!
As the New Jersey Law Journal reported today, The New Jersey Appellate Division has upheld the privacy rights of a citizen who was searched without a warrant after police showed up at his house, smelled marijuana and had anonymous reports of gunfire in the area: The strong smell of marijuana and anonymous reports of shots […]
Success in Landmark NJ Cell Phone Privacy Rights Case!
Today Judge Mullaney of the Monmouth County Superior Court issued his decision in the State v. Gary Lunsford case and Dean Schneider scored a huge victory for his client, Mr. Lunsford. The Court found that Mr. Lunsford was entitled to a level of privacy in his cell phone records that a Grand Jury Subpoena does […]