The scope of this Note primarily deals with issues surrounding real-time CSLI, although the issues implicated by article I, section 15 of the Missouri Constitution could apply to historic CSLI as well. Part II of this Note discusses general principles of Fourth Amendment law and the Supreme Court’s treatment of searches and seizures in relation to electronic communications and data. It then discusses the statutory developments empowering law enforcement to use emerging technologies for surveillance purposes. Part III discusses recent developments in search and seizure law. It then discusses Missouri’s recent amendment to its constitution, which provides additional protections for electronic communications and data. Part IV discusses the impact of recent legal developments on CSLI and law enforcement practice
It’s Probable: Missouri Constitution Article I, Section 15 Requires a Higher Standard to Obtain a Warrant for Real-Time or Prospective CSLI,
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