Police Want to See Your GPS
Were you pulled over and the police want to see your GPS? Find out your legal rights in this educational video by New Jersey criminal attorney Carl Spector.
Do the police have the right to look at my GPS?
Let’s say you get pulled over in the state of New Jersey and you’re using some type of navigational device, either on your phone or a standalone like a Garmin or TomTom. I would suggest that you refuse the police officer access to that device. That device may store information beyond that trip, and I don’t believe you have to turn over that information to them unless they have a warrant. That information would be something that’s private to you, whether it’s on your phone or a standalone device.
Were you or a loved one arrested or accused of a crime and want to know if the police have the right to look at your GPS? Contact New Jersey criminal lawyer Carl Spector today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.
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