No. 16-402.

138 S.Ct. 2206 (2018)

585 U.S. 296

Timothy Ivory CARPENTER, Petitioner v. United States.

Supreme Court of United States.

Decided June 22, 2018.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Nathan Freed Wessler , Ben Wizner , Brett Max Kaufman , American Civil Liberties, Union Foundation, New York, NY, David D. Cole , American Civil Liberties, Union Foundation, Washington, DC, Cecillia Wang , Jennifer Stisa Granick , American Civil Liberties, Union Foundation, San Francisco, CA, Harold Gurewitz , Gurewitz & Raben, PLC, Detroit, MI, Daniel S. Korobkin , Michael J. Steinberg , Kary L. Moss , American Civil Liberties, Union Fund of Michigan, Detroit, MI, Jeffrey L. Fisher , Stanford Law School, Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, Stanford, CA, for Petitioner.

Noel J. Francisco , Solicitor General, Kenneth A. Blanco , Acting Assistant Attorney General, Michael R. Dreeben , Deputy Solicitor General, Elizabeth B. Prelogar , Assistant to the Solicitor General, Jenny C. Ellickson , Attorney, Department of Justice, Washington, DC, for Respondent.

This case presents the question whether the Government conducts a search under the Fourth Amendment when it accesses historical cell phone records that provide a comprehensive chronicle of the user's past movements.



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