Unformatted text preview: Justice Sotomayor wrote the concurring opinion agreeing that the government invaded Jones’ privacy, although it was his wife’s vehicle he was the main driver and it violated the expectation of privacy. Justice Alito concurred in the judgement stating that analysis of a "search" under the Fourth Amendment did not apply to electronic situations in this case therefore the search was reasonable. Analysis I agree with the Justices in this case. The applying of a GPS tracking device on a suspect’s vehicle without a warrant is unlawful and violates the fourth amendment. Jones’ privacy was violated and the government had no warrant to put a tracking device on his car. Although he could have been drug trafficking, any evidence obtained through the unlawful “search” should be deemed inadmissible in a court of law....
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- Fall '08