Federal Court Endorses Warrantless GPS tracking

The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has ruled in favor of police officers who attach GPS tracking devices to vehicles without first obtaining a warrant. They feel it does not violate the Fourth Amendment.

What this means for you:

A police officer can attach and activate a GPS device to your car, giving them real-time info on your location. No warrant is necessary.

Read the full article here 

and a copy of the ruling here 



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Filed under Constitutional Rights, Traffic Citations/Laws

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