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Q: A warrant for a cell phone is the warrant supposed to state exactly what is being searched for what about Facebook?

Is a person supposed to be named in a social media or cell phone search

Jason R Wareham
Jason R Wareham
answered on Jan 29, 2023

In general, a warrant should reasonably describe the location to be searched. When it comes to online material, a lot of identifiers can reasonably describe the location (e.g., account name, account link, profile like, cell number, username, etc.). Not necessarily a name.

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Military Law for California on
Q: I’m active duty in California, but I’m from Colorado do I need to register my pistol from back home?

What’s the max capacity magazine for a pistol?

Jason R Wareham
Jason R Wareham
answered on Dec 20, 2022

If you live on a military base, the answer is almost always yes.

While I am not a CA attorney, perhaps this statute can assist you:

If you live off base, I'd recommend a brief...
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