Cell phone privacy vs. justice: US Supreme Court to tackle issue
Do police officers need a warrant to search the cell phones of people they arrest? That's the controversial issue the Supreme Court is set to tackle today (Tuesday).
The justices are hearing two cases on the matter. The court has long-allowed those searches, but critics say it's unfair because cell phones hold or provide private access to a person's life. A court ruling on the issue is expected in June.