The National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute
Carpenter: Its Roots and Its Future
This webinar will discuss Carpenter v. United States, a June 2018 Supreme Court decision that concluded that Fourth Amendment protections apply to historical cellphone location records—despite the fact that these records were shared with a third party. Prof. Saltzburg will discuss prior Supreme Court cases, including those that suggested that Carpenter would have been decided differently under the “third party doctrine.” Next, he will analyze Carpenter’s majority decision and the concerns raised by the four dissenting justices. Finally, he will offer some practical suggestions for prosecutors and investigators to consider when they seek evidence for which Carpenter might suggest there is a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Panelists: Amie Ely, Director, NAGTRI Center for Ethics & Public Integrity
Prof. Stephen A. Saltzburg, Wallace & Beverly Woodbury University Professor of Law George Washington University Law School
This webinar will be held on Tuesday, November 20, 2018 from 2-3pm ET.
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CLE will be provided for this webinar.