Kathleen Hopkins August 2016 This article originally appears at the following website: app.com Can you imagine the police bursting into your home as you are in the midst of private discussions with your closest confidantes? Maybe you’re sharing juicy gossip about a neighbor. Maybe you’re revealing intimate details about your sex life. Maybe you’re plotting a […]
High Court hears Asbury Park phone case
Kathleen Hopkins February 2016 This article originally appears at the following website: app.com TRENTON – Easy access to a criminal target’s cellular telephone billing records could save lives, the state of New Jersey argued in court Monday. But defense attorneys and civil libertarians say that access, absent a judge’s approval, would stomp on constitutionally protected […]
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 […]
Prosecutors seek cellphone records without warrants
Kathleen Hopkins December 8, 2014 This article originally appears at the following website: app.com Whom do you call on your cellphone? How long do you spend talking to them? How often do you talk to them? And how far must the government go to find out this information? The last question is one that will […]