Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Key Warrantless GPS Tracking Case eff.org


Excerpt In a move that could have a profound impact on Fourth Amendment law, the Supreme Court has agreed to consider a question that has split the nation's appeals courts: can the police install and use a GPS tracking device to follow a person's movements around the clock every day for a month—without a search warrant?

The Supreme Court granted certiorari (pdf) today in United States v. Jones







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