Stephen C. Leckar L'73 successfully argued the case of U.S. vs. Antoine Jones, a landmark decision on the limits of warrantless GPS surveillance, before the Supreme Court in 2011. Join us as he discusses what it was like to take on this highly visible case, thus bringing the Court into 21st-century technology, as well as how one builds a coalition and prepares (and prepares ad infinitum) for such an argument. Sponsored by the Program in Public Law. For more information, contact Dana Norvell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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U.S. v. Jones: Warrantless GPS Tracking & 21st-Century Surveillance Technology
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