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Top court upholds evidence in warrantless cellphone search

Briefs | 12/11/2014 4:04 pm EST

The Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday upheld the conviction of a man for armed robbery in a case where evidence gathered from his cellphone without a warrant was used in the trial against him.

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