GPS Warrant Debate Likely To Climb Back To High Court

Law360, New York (July 17, 2012, 8:57 PM ET) -- The American Civil Liberties Union on Friday urged a Missouri federal court to strike down a ruling that permitted warrantless GPS surveillance, fueling a debate over privacy in the digital age that experts say will only be settled when the U.S. Supreme Court tackles the issue, which it left unresolved in its landmark U.S. v. Jones ruling.

In an amicus brief in support of defendant Fred W. Robinson's motion to suppress evidence gathered through warrantless electronic surveillance, the ACLU and ACLU of Eastern Missouri contested a...
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