Police did not Require Warrant for Cell Phone Site. State v. Earls 420 NJ Super. 583 (App. Div. 2011)
The use of cell phone site information, obtained by the police without a warrant from a suspect's cell phone provider to determine his general location, does not violate the Fourth Amendment or its counterpart in the New Jersey Constitution because a person has no constitutionally protected right of privacy in his general location on roadways or other public places.