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Mealey's Data Privacy - Georgia Supreme Court: Warrantless Retrieval Of Car Data Violated 4th Amendment

ATLANTA - Reversing an appeals court ruling, a Georgia Supreme Court majority on Oct. 21 found that a police officer's downloading of data, without a warrant, from a vehicle involved in an accident violated the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and should have resulted in suppression of the obtained data, also holding that the inevitable discovery exception did not apply (Victor Mobley v. Georgia, No. S18G1546, Ga. Sup., 2019 Ga. LEXIS 694).
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