Justice’s Ruling in Supreme Court Case Tracks Main Points of Southwestern Student’s Amicus Brief Reviewed by Momizat on . The Supreme Court has ruled that cell phones can't be searched without a warrant, an argument that recent graduate Anna Aran '14 also made in her amicus brief f The Supreme Court has ruled that cell phones can't be searched without a warrant, an argument that recent graduate Anna Aran '14 also made in her amicus brief f Rating: 0
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Justice’s Ruling in Supreme Court Case Tracks Main Points of Southwestern Student’s Amicus Brief

The Supreme Court has ruled that cell phones can’t be searched without a warrant, an argument that recent graduate Anna Aran ’14 also made in her amicus brief filed for the case of United States v. Wurie as part of our Amicus Project. “They did not cite our brief, but Justice Robert’s opinion tracks our main points,” said Aran, who wrote the brief with the assistance of Professor Norman Garland and Professor Michael Epstein, Director of Southwestern’s Amicus Project. Learn more about the ruling in the New York Times article, and read more about Aran’s brief, as well as the other cases filed through the Amicus Project, here.

Anna Aran at the Amicus Project Showcase

Anna Aran presenting points from her brief at the Amicus Project Showcase in April (available on LiveStream)

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