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WEBCAST | Criminal Law | Your Cell Phone and the Fifth Amendment: More than a Rule of Thumb
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WEBCAST | Criminal Law | Your Cell Phone and the Fifth Amendment: More than a Rule of Thumb

WEBCAST | Criminal Law | Your Cell Phone and the Fifth Amendment: More than a Rule of Thumb

6/21/2019
When: Friday, June 21
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Online
Minnesota
United States
Contact: 612-752-6600


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Criminal Law
WEBCAST | Your Cell Phone and the Fifth Amendment: More than a Rule of Thumb

The Fifth Amendment continues to be revisited. In this presentation, we will discuss the foundational principles of the Fifth Amendment in the age of iPhones.  Our survey will begin in advance of development of the cell phone itself, and will end at the unsettled present.  Topics will include a survey of caselaw discussing when and why the Fifth Amendment applies to various searches of smartphones, through facial and vocal recognition, finger and thumbprint production, and passcode production.  In Minnesota in particular, many questions in this realm remain unanswered.

1.0 Standard MBCLE credit applied for

SpeakerAdam T. Johnson, Attorney, Lundgren & Johnson, PSC; and David R. Lundgren, Attorney, Lundgren & Johnson PSC

Cost: $20.00 for HCBA members / $50.00 for non-members 

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