State Supreme Court says police need warrant to seize cell phone records
New Jersey police officers will have to work a little harder to get their hands on your cell phone records.
The state Supreme Court says officers will have to obtain a warrant if they want access to cellphone locating data.
The high court is the first in the country to impose such a ruling.
The ruling will affect future cases and won't be applied retroactively.
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