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September 20, 2010


Darren Chaker

There are conflicting decisions relating to getting a warrant for cell towers which provide a general radius of a mile or less in metro areas. Now, to magnify the issue, the court was asked to decide whether using GPS to pinpoint down to a 15' radius required a warrant. I think they ruled properly, inasmuch there needs to be somewhere to stop warrantless information gathering of information. But I may be wrong, and the D.C. En Banc Cir. may reverse and no doubt this will go to the U.S. Sup. Ct. Darren Chaker

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