Judge Delays Decision On Cellphone Password In LSU Hazing Case

A judge is due to decide next month on whether a man accused of negligent homicide has to reveal his phone passcode.

Investigators want to access the cellphone of Matthew Naquin, who is being charged in the 2017 fraternity hazing death of freshman Max Gruver at LSU.

The judge's ruling in the case could set a precedent that passwords aren't protected by the Fifth Amendment.

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