Channahon police violate fourth amendment
Posted in the Channahon Forum
#1 Nov 5, 2012
Channahon police department illegally placed a GPS tracking device on vehicle while parked in a driveway. The Channahon police also arrested this individual based on the information obtained from this illegally placed device. The Supreme Court says a search warrant is required when police use GPS devices to track suspects; it is a violation of the fourth amendment (United States vs. Jones). The Channahon police never had a search warrant to place such a device on this individualís vehicle nor did they have the right to enter the driveway where this vehicle was parked. It should be pointed out that the vehicle was jointly owned and they asked the girlfriend whom never had possession of this vehicle from the day it was bought. The vehicle was registered to both parties but the address associated with the vehicle and the loan was in the alleged suspectís address not the girlfriend. The alleged suspect whom was taken into custody was found not guilty by a jury of his peers and is currently seeking a lawsuit against the municipality. As well as the person whom stated he was committing this crime when this individual knew he was not.
#2 Nov 5, 2012
ok now what?
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