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GPS tracking of employer’s vehicle constitutional

Police didn’t violate the Fourth Amendment when they tracked a drug suspect’s movements by attaching a GPS device to the vehicle he drove in the course of his employment, the Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled in affirming a conviction.


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