Man Who Beat GPS Tracking In High Court Cops To Drug Sales

Law360, New York (May 01, 2013, 6:42 PM ET) -- Ending a nearly eight-year fight that included a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling that rejected the use of warrantless GPS tracking, Antoine Jones pled guilty Wednesday to conspiring to distribute drugs and was sentenced by a Washington federal judge to a 15-year prison term.

During a court hearing, U.S. District Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle approved a plea agreement in which the 53-year-old Jones — who was awaiting the start of a fourth trial after escaping three prior attempts to convict him  — admitted to purchasing dozens...
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