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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Rhode Island Supreme Court Rules Defendant Has No Reasonable Expectation of Privacy In Text Messages On Another's Phone

The Supreme Court of Rhode Island has held that a defendant has no reasonable expectation of privacy in a text message he sends to another person. The case is State v. Patino, No. 2012-263-C.A.

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