CS/SB 210: Searches of Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Devices
GENERAL BILL by Criminal Justice ; Brandes
Searches of Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Devices; Expanding the grounds for issuance of a search warrant; providing that content held within a cellular phone, microphone-enabled household device, or portable electronic communication device may constitute evidence relevant to proving that a felony has been committed; authorizing specified persons to provide information, facilities, or technical assistance to a person authorized by law to intercept wire, oral, or electronic communications if the person has been provided with a search warrant; providing that a good faith reliance on a search warrant issued under certain provisions constitutes a complete defense against specified actions, etc.
• Referred to Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Rules -SJ 48
• On Committee agenda-- Criminal Justice, 02/11/19, 2:30 pm, 37 Senate Building
• CS by Criminal Justice; YEAS 5 NAYS 0 -SJ 159
• Pending reference review under Rule 4.7(2) - (Committee Substitute)
• Now in Judiciary
• Introduced -SJ 48
• CS by Criminal Justice read 1st time -SJ 151
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Judiciary
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