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Man Found Guilty of Violating Iran Embargo

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A Maryland man faces up to 140 years in prison after a federal jury found him guilty on Monday of seven counts of exporting industrial goods and services to the embargoed country of Iran.

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  • Jenn R.

    The article above cites indicates that Saboonchi‘s 14th amendment rights were violated when his iPhone was seized. I believe, according to Judge Grimm‘s Memorandum on the case, the the warrantless search actually involves his 4th amendment rights.

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