High Court To Mull Warrantless GPS Tracking

Law360, New York (November 4, 2011, 2:03 PM EDT) -- An upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case over warrantless GPS tracking could establish a more concrete data collection privacy standard that would resolve divergent lower court opinions over the constitutionality of police tracking suspects electronically without a warrant, attorneys say.

The high court will take up the constitutionality of warrantless tracking practices on Nov. 8, when it will hear oral arguments in an appeal of the D.C. Circuit's decision to vacate a life sentence imposed on Antoine Jones, a nightclub owner who was convicted of conspiracy to distribute...
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