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All nine justices agreed that the GPS monitoring on the Antoine Jones’ SUV violated the Fourth Amendment’s protection against unreasonable search and seizure.
What do you think? Should police be able to tow and impound cars for failure to have a drivers license? Or is the new law the right call?
The initial conviction of Antoine Jones was overturned, since the FBI agents that conducted the investigation and installed the GPS unit on Jones’ car didn’t have a search warrant.