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Conviction Not Tainted by GPS Use (access required)

Although police violated defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights when they tracked him by placing a GPS device on the company-owned work van he drove, as it was parked on a public street, the Supreme Court of Virginia upholds his conviction for a subsequent sexually violent assault under Va. Code § 18.2-67.5:3, as the admission of eyewitness ...

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