I can't imagine for the life of me why the Supreme Court would rule against unwarranted GPS tracking.The [Obama] administration even said that it could attach a GPS device to all nine members of the Supreme Court without a warrant.
And guess who isn't getting my vote next election? Obama has proven time and time again that he cares nothing about human rights not even fellow Americans.Obama administration's position which claims that attaching a GPS device to a vehicle was not a search. The administration even said that it could attach a GPS device to all nine members og the Supreme Court without a warrant.
So there was no trespass having to do with where the Jeep was parked. However it was indeed unconstitutional trespass because the government trespassed against Jones' effects. They clarify that the Jeep is the effect that is being trespassed in the decision.On the 11th day, and not in the District of Columbia but
in Maryland, agents installed a GPS tracking device on
the undercarriage of the Jeep while it was parked in a
public parking lot
The Fourth Amendment provides in relevant part that "[t]he right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated." It is beyond dispute that a vehicle is an "effect" as that term is used in the Amendment