Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Landmark GPS Tracking Case informes that US Supreme Court heard on November 8, 2011, oral arguments in United States v. Jones, a case examining the Fourth Amendment implications of warrantless GPS tracking of suspects’ vehicles. The Court directed the parties to brief and argue “whether the government violated respondent’s Fourth Amendment rights by installing the GPS tracking device on his vehicle without a valid warrant and without his consent.”

Original post, HERE.

A transcript of the oral arguments, HERE.

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