By Jermy Beale at The Daily Caller – 3/2/2016
The Department of Justice fell under scrutiny during a hearing Wednesday as a secret memorandum was released to only two ranking members of the House of Representative’s Oversight and Government Reform committee for review.
The hearing was held to discuss a growing conversation over Geolocation Technology and its potential infringement upon Fourth Amendment privacy rights.
“One of the problems we had to deal with related to the use of a GPS device was how to satisfy the “particularity requirement” for a search warrant when the product of the proposed search is neither in a particular location nor is a particular item,” said Michael Doucette Commonwealth Attorney City of Lynchburg, Va., in his testimony. ….
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