No doubt. If a judge signs-off on a warrant late in the day, the cops should wait until 9am the next morning. If on a Friday, the cops should've waited until Monday, to give a chance for the press to be there . . . and possibly tip off the suspect into destroying evidence of a crime.
Oh yeah. Clearly he was all consumed with destroying the evidence of his mysterious crime by:
a) Documenting the entire incident including a blow by blow recount of how the phone was obtained and what was learned by disassembling it.
b) Going to dinner with his wife.
There was no crime. Journalists have very broad protection under Federal law. You would think that a judge would be familiar with the laws that control the Fourth Estate. Was he absent the day they taught the 1st Amendment at law school?
and possibly tip off the suspect into destroying evidence of a crime.
Yeah... that's hilarious... LOL ...
Some people expect the police, when having a warrant to get those relevant items from some criminal -- that they're supposed to observe some kind of "business hours" and ring the doorbell and come back if no one is home ... doncha know ... :-)