Supreme Court Limits Police Use of GPS to Track Suspects | Chicago Tribune | James Vicini | 1/23/12

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Supreme Court for the first time ruled that police attachment of a GPS device to monitor a suspect’s vehicle AND  tracking the suspect was a search protected by constitutional privacy rights; and therefore, the police must first obtain a warrant.

For full article see: Supreme Court limits police use of GPS to track suspects. The Supreme Court case is United States v. Antoine Jones, No. 10-1259.


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