A smartphone can reveal a lot about a person.
“Your life is on your mobile device,” said Westfield defense attorney William Webster. “It’s very personal in nature, and really kind of an extension of you.”
Webster had that in mind after his client came to him with a quandary: Police wanted access to her smartphone and had obtained a search warrant. But officers couldn’t get into the device without a passcode. The client, Carmel resident Katelin Seo, 37, was facing accusations of stalking and harassment. A Hamilton County judge ordered Seo to unlock the phone.