The New 4th Amendment – Carpenter changes the rules

The New 4th Amendment – Carpenter changes the rules

The US Supreme Court’s much-anticipated opinion in Carpenter v. United States has established new Fourth Amendment privacy rights with respect to cell phone location data. Seeing how “seismic shifts” in technology have altered our conceptions of privacy, the Court revised its long-held “reasonable expectation of privacy” test and ruled that police obtaining cell site location information records from a person’s cell phone service provider constitutes a Fourth Amendment “search” requiring a warrant.

In this ACC Compliance & Ethics Committee webinar, hear from Orin Kerr, the Frances R. and John J. Duggan Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. Professor Kerr is an expert on the 4th Amendment and an authority on computer crime law. A nationally known writer and commentator, Professor Kerr is regularly covered in the Washington Post, New York Times and on all of the major networks, as well as his regular pieces as a member of the Volokh Conspiracy. Professor Kerr was a member of the Department of Justice Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS), as well as a former law clerk to the about to retire Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Professor Kerr will be interviewed in this webinar by Womble Bond Dickinson criminal defense attorney, Mark E. Schamel. Mark is a trial lawyer who handles all manner of criminal cases across the country and around the world.

Date/Time: Tuesday, August 7, 2018 | 3:00 PM EDT
Available as: Upcoming Live


1 General CLE Credit(s)

Mark Schamel
Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson LLP

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