Court Hears Florida Case On Tracking Suspect Phones
MIAMI (AP) — A federal appeals court in South Florida will hear oral arguments on whether investigators have to get a warrant to obtain cellphone records detailing a suspect's movements.
The panel will hear the case of Quartavious Davis, who's sentenced to 162 years in prison as part of a violent armed robbery gang.
Prosecutors relied on records showing that Davis was near cell towers close to the crimes.
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