New Jersey’s Supreme Court ruled police can force suspects to provide their phone passwords, TechCrunch reports. Courts are split on whether this is a violation of the Fifth Amendment. In Indiana, it’s been determined that ordering a suspect to turn over a password would allow unrestricted access to devices, which could contain incriminating information. The New Jersey court, however, said the Fifth Amendment protects against self-incriminating testimony and not incriminating information.
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