Criminal Defense lawyers want to educate public on drones

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Drones are considered efficient tools for law enforcement, but a third of Americans worry that their privacy will suffer if the unmanned devices are used regularly in U.S. skies, according to a poll. Congress has directed the Federal Aviation Administration to come up with safety regulations to clear the way for routine domestic use of the aircraft within three years. (Vanguard Defense Industries via Associated Press)

Criminal defense attorneys are obviously concerned how this new law enforcement policy will be used to conduct warrantless searches and undermine every American’s privacy rights.

#dontbeastatistic

http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/apr/30/defense-lawyers-want-educate-public-drones/

Police GPS Tracking Okay’d

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit says criminals can’t “complain” when police use a device’s features to catch them.

The device feature the police used was the GPS on Skinner’s cell phone.

Read more here: US v. Skinner