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NJ bill would allow police to confiscate drivers' phones

Executive Director of the New Jersey Chapter of the ACLU Udi Offer joins Mara Schiavocampo to discuss potential legislation that would allow police officers in New Jersey to confiscate a driver’s cellphone at the scene of the accident. The ACLU is against the bill because it would allow the police officer to engage in unconstitutional procedures without any probable cause.