Hofstra Law Review


Amanda Regan


The article discusses America's probable cause legal doctrine, the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and the reasons why the U.S. Supreme Court should establish a bright line rule for law enforcement regarding requests for cell towerdumps which encompass all of the cellular transmissions and calls that are transmitted through a cell tower at a given time. According to the article, a specific facts standards should be required in order to law enforcement to obtain cell towerdumps.

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