Riley v. California

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TouchID and the Exigent iPhone

As a matter of established legal precedent, the police can compel someone to provide their fingerprint onto a fingerprint reader. Equally well-established is that exigent circumstances—including "the need to prevent the imminent destruction of evidence in individual cases"—can justify conducting a search before obtaining a warrant.

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