Judge Admits GPS Evidence In Md. Burglary Case

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In one of the first such cases in the nation, a Baltimore County judge ruled that evidence obtained through a global positioning system (GPS) device can be admitted in court, says the Northeast Booster. "The technology of TV has never been adjudicated by the courts of Maryland. That's almost what we are dealing with here," said Judge Dana Levitz. At issue was evidence collected against Ronald Diehl, 33, who was charged with several counts of burglary and theft stemming from incidents at two construction sites. Defense attorney David McGill argued that the evidence obtained through GPS tracking devices . . .

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