I am sorry that I cannot give you the answer you were hoping for and I wish I could give you a different answer; however, the law is what it is and does not always give us equitable results. Both the telephone and computer were in the marital residence, you are both considered husband and wife in the eyes of the law, and both of you reside in the marital residence. As such, each has a right to use and to have access to everything in the marital residence. He should not have touched your things out of respect, however, there is nothing in the law that would prohibit a husband from doing what he did.
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