Installing a GPS on a Vehicle Without a Warrant
On January 23, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion declaring that the installation of a GPS on a vehicle without a warrant was a search under the Fourth Amendment and violation of the auto owner's Fourth Amendment rights.
You will learn:
- The installation of a GPS on a vehicle is a search.
- The basis for the violation was the protection of property rights not privacy rights.
- Government trespass on private property is a violation of the U.S. Constitution without probable cause.
- Violations of the Fourth Amendment rights can be privacy violations and property violations.
- There are some issues of length of time for use of GPS without a warrant with probable cause.
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