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The sun rises behind the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington on Sunday. (J. David Ake/AP)
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On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Carpenter vs. the United States. Their decision will dictate whether or not police need a warrant to get location data or other records from your cellphone.

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Nancy Gertner, former Massachusetts federal judge, senior lecturer on law at Harvard Law School and WBUR legal analyst. She tweets @ngertner.

This segment aired on November 29, 2017.

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