Monday, January 23, 2012

Citizens are safer today because of GPS ruling

In today's opinion in united states v. Jones, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that common-law trespass rules govern the plain meaning of the fourth amendment. There is no need to analyze using the "reasonable expectation of privacy test" when a trespass analysis can be applied. This is a throwback to earlier styles of analysis that predate the 21st century jurisprudence of the Supreme Court.

By Mike Arnold, attorney at Law
Eugene, Oregon
(dictated from my iPhone)

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