Judge Lauck of the Eastern District of Virginia recently handed down the long-awaited opinion in United States v. Chatrie, on how the Fourth Amendment applies to geofencing warrants. I believe this is the first Article III judicial opinion on the subject. Geofence warrants raise some really interesting Fourth Amendment issues, and we're likely to hear more about those issues.
So begins Prof. Orin Kerr's introduction to Chatrie.
You might also be interested in NOTE: Geofence Warrants and the Fourth Amendment. 134 HARV. L. REV. 2508 (2021).
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