The defendant argued that a search did take place and that a warrant was, indeed, necessary because the defendant had an “expectation of privacy” in the records. Also, that the information contained in the request for the records was insufficient to provide probable cause for a warrant. Learn more about cellphone record searches – is a warrant required in Massachusetts in this presentation.
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