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GPS evidence did not taint conviction, court rules (access required)

Even though the unconstitutional use of GPS tracking led police to follow a suspected sex offender, allowing police to testify about the man’s activities was harmless error since the victim’s own testimony was sufficient to convict the suspect of violent sexual assault, the Supreme Court decided Friday. The decision affirms a life sentence for David Foltz ...

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