Ohio Supreme Court: Police can get warrants to intercept a cell phone call from both where the phone is AND from where officers are listening

The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled law enforcement officers can get warrants to intercept a cell phone call from both where the phone is in use and from where officers are listening.

In a unanimous decision, the court ruled state law allows officers to obtain a warrant seeking to intercept calls from a judge in the county in which the interception occurs after a Sandusky County man challenged the legality....

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