Supreme Court’s GPS Ruling Still Not Find Its Way, Resulting Hard For FBI

Posted on Mar 23 2012 - 7:10am by Editorial Staff

Over the decision of Supreme Court last month which forced the FBI to shut down its 3,000 GPS tracking device that were place without a warrant, the FBI still upset with Supreme Court ruling. Publication name NPR reported that on these 3,000 trackers were shut down, and only 250 weren’t eventually turned back on. It do means that FBI will have to follow criminals in the same way as it did from years, teaming up together in more physical way. “A search warrant requires probable cause to be shown,” said Bureau lawyer Andrew Weissmann, “and many of these techniques are things that you use in order to establish probable cause.”

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