It’s a hot topic nationwide–do police need a warrant to track your cell phone? The question has stirred up plenty of controversy over the last few months, and is now being argued in one of the highest courts.
Rick Ritter has more on the challenge that’s centered around a case in Baltimore.
Two Baltimore men were sentenced to years in prison for their role in multiple robberies, but they say law enforcement invaded their privacy to put them behind bars.
Sending a text, making a call or even taking a picture–just about every American is chained to their cell phone.
“It is impossible in this day and age to go about our lives without leaving a trail of digital bread crumbs,” said Nathan Wessler, ACLU.