Tuesday, January 25, 2011

GPS Tracking No Warrant Keeps Robbery Suspects in Jail

From Field Logix:
Last week there were more legal disputes involving GPS tracking without a warrant and 4th Amendment rights. The highest courts in New York, Oregon and Washington have ruled that warrants are required when law enforcement officers want to track someone with GPS tracking technology, but the Ohio Supreme Court has not yet decided on the issue.

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