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Criminal Practice  – Search & Seizure – Cell Site Location Information – Statutory Order – Probable Cause (access required)

  Although G.S. §§ 15A-262 and -263 did not require an applicant to show probable cause to obtain a suspect’s cell site location information (CSLI), in this case, the application did provide probable cause. Accordingly, the trial court properly denied defendant’s motion to suppress the CSLI. Affirmed. While investigating a murder, police searched the victim’s phone and found ...

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