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Topic - James Holzapfel
New legislation making its way through the New Jersey State Senate would allow police officers to search the cell phones of those involved in car accidents without a warrant, The Star-Ledger reported Monday.
Mr. Holzapfel said he knows the legislation could face a legal challenge.
"To me, is it any different from an open bottle of liquor? It may be an issue. But keep in mind that operating a vehicle is a privilege, not a right," he told The Star-Ledger.