The Daily Sentinel, Grand Junction, Colo., on tracking suspects with GPS technology (Jan. 23) — The U.S. Supreme Court demonstrated that the U.S. Constitution is flexible enough to handle 21st century, high-tech issues, but it is solid enough to protect citizens’ rights even when dealing with such issues.
And by the way, the court did so unanimously.
The court ruled that police must obtain a search warrant before using Global Positioning System technology to track a criminal suspect.
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