GPS devices put on convicted felons are 4th Amendment searches, rules Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that when police install a GPS monitoring unit on a person’s body after he or she has been convicted of a crime, this amounts to a search under the 4th Amendment, USA Today reports.  At issue in Grady v. North Carolina is a law that requires convicted sex offenders to …

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