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Detective violated law when searching teen in ‘sexting’ case, federal appeals court rules

The teenaged "sexting" case that attracted national attention in 2014 is now enshrined in federal case law. A police detective who obtained two search warrants to photograph a teenager's genitalia violated the teen's Fourth Amendment right not to be unreasonably searched, a federal appeals court has ruled, reviving a lawsuit against the detective that had been ...

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