Supreme Court justices noted that in a prior case, the court held in 2012 that the government’s installation of a GPS device on a car, and its use of that device to monitor the vehicle’s movements, constitutes a ‘search’ under the Fourth Amendment.
Supreme Court justices noted that in a prior case, the court held in 2012 that the government’s installation of a GPS device on a car, and its use of that device to monitor the vehicle’s movements, constitutes a ‘search’ under the Fourth Amendment. Ellen Creager MCT
Supreme Court justices noted that in a prior case, the court held in 2012 that the government’s installation of a GPS device on a car, and its use of that device to monitor the vehicle’s movements, constitutes a ‘search’ under the Fourth Amendment. Ellen Creager MCT

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