September 15, 2011

Planting a GPS device in a government worker's private car is an unjustifiable invasion of privacy, a New York Civil Liberties Union lawyer argued Thursday, urging a midlevel state court to exclude information gathered that way by investigators and order a new hearing for a man fired for time sheet violations..."It was their private family car," Stoughton told the five Appellate Division justices. "There's no cause that can justify such an intrusive search."