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November 28, 2012

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It's a shame that the defendant who pursues this new Constitutional claim - which I think has merit - is the same defendant who had to suppress GPS data also. It will take a strong judge to stay blind to the suspiciousness.

It's just not good for Constitutional law when the person claiming rights looks too shady ... or, for that matter, when law enforcers look too shady while appealing for adoption of their own arguments.

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