Woman ordered to type in iPhone passcode so police can search device
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Last week a women was high on meth and crashed into a tree. She seriously injured an adult and 5 children passengers. She may be forced to unlock her iPhone for the court. According to the court, it is not a violation of her fifth amendment rights because she knows her phone password it is considered “forgone conclusion”. Prosecutors wanted to get into her phone for evidence to build a case on who was dealing the meth and where the source is. This has stirred up a lot of conflict between individual rights and privacy in the court of law.
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