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Riley v. California

Riley v. California

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Transcript of Oral Argument before U.S. Supreme Court in Riley v. California on April 29, 2014
Transcript of Oral Argument before U.S. Supreme Court in Riley v. California on April 29, 2014

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Official - Subject to Final Review
 
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 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
 
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DAVID LEON RILEY, :
 
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 Petitioner : No. 13-132
 
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 v. :
 
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CALIFORNIA :
 
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 Washington, D.C.
 
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 Tuesday, April 29, 2014
 
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 The above-entitled matter came on for oral
 
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argument before the Supreme Court of the United States
 
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at 10:34 a.m.
 
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APPEARANCES:
 
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JEFFREY L. FISHER, ESQ., Stanford, Cal.; on behalf of
 
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 Petitioner.
 
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EDWARD C. DUMONT, ESQ., Solicitor General,
 
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 San Francisco, Cal.; on behalf of Respondent.
 
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MICHAEL R. DREEBEN, ESQ., Deputy Solicitor
 
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 General, Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.; for
 
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 United States, as amicus curiae, supporting
 
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 Respondent.
 
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Alderson Reporting Company
 
 
 
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 C O N T E N T S
 
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ORAL ARGUMENT OF PAGE
 
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JEFFREY L. FISHER, ESQ.
 
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3On behalf of the Petitioner
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ORAL ARGUMENT OF
 
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EDWARD C. DUMONT, ESQ.
 
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 On behalf of the Respondent 27
 
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ORAL ARGUMENT OF
 
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MICHAEL R. DREEBEN, ESQ.
 
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 For United States, as amicus curiae, supporting
 
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 Respondent 46
 
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REBUTTAL ARGUMENT OF
 
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JEFFREY L. FISHER, ESQ.
 
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 P R O C E E D I N G S
 
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 (10:34 a.m.)
 
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 CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS: We'll hear argument
 
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first this morning in Case 13-132, Riley v. California.
 
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 Mr. Fisher?
 
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 ORAL ARGUMENT OF JEFFREY L. FISHER
 
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 ON BEHALF OF PETITIONER
 
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 MR. FISHER: Mr. Chief Justice, and may it
 
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please the Court:
 
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 This case involves applying the core
 
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protection of the Fourth Amendment to a new factual
 
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circumstance. It has always been the case that an
 
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occasion of an arrest did not give the police officers
 
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authority to search through the private papers and the
 
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drawers and bureaus and cabinets of somebody's house,
 
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and that protection should not evaporate more than 200
 
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years after the founding because we have the
 
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technological development of smartphones that have
 
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resulted in people carrying that information in their
 
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pockets.
 
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 JUSTICE KENNEDY: Just -- just to test the
 
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principle for why the police can search and seize
 
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some -- some objects. Consider a gun. The arrestee has
 
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a gun on his person and the police take the gun. Is
 
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part of the reason for that seizure to obtain evidence
 
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