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Court upholds warrantless GPS use (access required)

The warrantless placement of a GPS tracking device under the bumper of a work van driven by a registered sex offender did not violate his Fourth Amendment rights, the Virginia Court of Appeals has ruled. In Foltz v. Commonwealth (VLW 010-7-349), an appellate panel upheld a 2008 decision by Arlington County Circuit Judge Joanne ...

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