The Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled that cell-phone search warrants violate the Fourth Amendment’s particularity requirement if they do not limit the content that the government can access.  In Nebraska v. Henderson, the court held that the scope of the search warrants used by police was overly broad and should have been restricted to "only that content that [wa]s related to the probable cause that justifie[d] the search." The Nebraska Supreme Court also rejected the lower court’s reasoning that no warrant was required to search Henderson’s phone, citing the Supreme Court’s ruling against warrantless cell-phone searches in Riley vs. California.