THE RIGHT TO BE SECURE IN YOUR EFFECTS
Stick that in your tailpipe and smoke it.
Scalia’s limited ruling was joined by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justices Anthony M. Kennedy, Clarence Thomas and Sonia Sotomayor. Scalia said that electronic surveillance, if achieved without having to physically trespass on a person’s property, still may be “an unconstitutional invasion of privacy.”
“This will change how we do things,”
said Officer Gary Mason, a spokesman for the Overland Park Police Department.
… Mason said it has been used more frequently in recent years.
Capt. Steve Young, … said the department does not discuss investigative techniques, but he added, “Obviously, the Supreme Court has ruled and we will be following the rules.”
Barry Grissom, the U.S. attorney for Kansas, … he did not believe the ruling would hamper his office’s efforts to enforce the law.
… “I feel real comfortable saying this will change our practices ever so slightly.”
“Its going to hurt initially that they’re not going to be able to do that, but ultimately they’ll build better intelligence in different ways to get probable cause and that’s going to make for better investigations,” Lanza said.
Like illegally using laser listening devices and denying it was used, paying more for snitches and stuff like that.
Well, Aunt and Uncle with their little white Subaru Outback…stick it where the sun don’t shine…and don’t put a GPS unit on my car ever again without a warrant. Go ahead and stick one on my EX-friend’s car…I don’t care.