The United States Supreme Court ruled that law enforcement agencies must obtain a warrant to place a GPS tracking device on vehicles. Some believe that this ruling will also limit the use of other modern technological devices like surveillance cameras and cell phones. Prosecutors and police before the court’s ruling believed that tracking someone with a GPS was legal because a vehicle is out in the public. The court unanimously ruled by a vote of 9-0 that this is unconstitutional when obtained without a warrant. The case stems from Antoine Jones who was charged with running a drug dealing operation in Washington D.C. Police placed a GPS in his jeep vehicle and tracked him for a month until they were able to catch him in his illegal operation.
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