Afternoon round-up: Carpenter v. United States
on Jun 22, 2018 at 5:24 pm
This morning the court issued a 5-4 opinion in Carpenter v. United States, ruling that the government generally can’t access historical cell-site location records without a warrant. Amy Howe covered the ruling for this blog; her coverage first appeared at Howe on the Court. Other early coverage comes from Pete Williams of NBC News; Roberts Barnes of The Washington Post; Josh Gerstein of Politico; Lydia Wheeler of The Hill; Mark Sherman of the Associated Press; Lawrence Hurley of Reuters; Adam Liptak of The New York Times; Christian Farias of New York Magazine; Chris Geidner of Buzzfeed; Richard Wolf of USA Today; and Kevin Daley of The Daily Caller. An infographic about the decision comes from Mariam Morshedi of Subscript Law.
Early commentary comes from Scott Lemieux of Lawyers, Guns & Money; Orin Kerr of The Volokh Conspiracy; Kent Scheidegger of Crime and Consequences; Louise Matsakis of Wired; Barry Friedman for The New York Times; Aziz Huq for Vox; and Sabrina McCubbin for Lawfare.