Although some states allow law enforcement with a warrant to place a GPS on someone’s vehicle (and some states allow law enforcement to do this without a warrant), it can be argued that the placing of a physical object on someone’s property, without their permission or a warrant, violates the Fourth Amendment’s protection against unreasonable search and seizure. We are waiting for a definitive answer from the United States Supreme Court, which will inevitable come in the next few years.
Below are a few links to to a few recent articles on law enforcement attaching GPS’s, as well as an article on Fourth Amendment Rights (to read an article, click on the link):
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