Global Positioning Systems (GPS) are proliferating, and not just for guiding drivers.
As I’ve previously posted, some states use them to track movements of people subject to orders of protection.
And in some states, one divorcing spouse is increasingly likely to be planting one in or on the other spouse’s car.
And police in some states are using them in criminal cases.
However, constitutional and other privacy issues may impact admissibility in court of information from these devices.