http://customwire.ap.org/dynamic/stories/T/TRACKING_DEVICE?SITE=WAOLY&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT Police cannot attach a Global Positioning System tracker to a suspect's vehicle without a warrant, the Washington Supreme Court declared Thursday in the first such ruling in the nation. The court, however, refused to overturn the murder conviction of William Bradley Jackson, who unknowingly led police to the shallow grave of his 9-year-old daughter in 1999. Spokane County deputies had a warrant for the GPS . . .
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