Attorney Jordan Mogensen published a blog post in February 2018 on De Novo, a forum through which the staff, editors, and alumni of the Minnesota Law Review can contribute to legal thought and academic debate. Jordan’s post dives into the Fifth Amendment considerations of utilizing the fingerprint password capability of modern cellphones. The Minnesota Supreme Court is the first state supreme court to address this issue, but their decision will likely affect “citizens of other states as the issue is considered more broadly.”

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