Lionel: Law Enforcement And GPS Trackers

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This is a great decision in support of the fourth amendment. If this was the 19th century. What five of the supremes did was focus on the fact that there was a physical intrusion on private property. As is all too often the case, a thorough reading of the decision, which I invite you to do. Read them, become familiar with the logic and procedure of legal analysis. But the analysis of the case shows that four justices wanted to know, in a twenty first century world, what about in cases of public video surveillance, Metrocards, EZ pass toll collection or GPS configurations that are factory installed in vehicles like OnStar.

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