Supreme Court To Rule On GPS Tracking Case

Supreme Court To Rule On GPS Tracking Case
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The Supreme Court will rule on whether or not law enforcement officers need a warrant in order to track a suspect’s vehicle with a GPS device. This case is based on Antoine Jones, whose vehicle was being tracked for a month without his consent or consent from the justice department. The police are arguing that tracking… Continue Reading...

Fiat Says It Won’t Walk Away From Chrysler Deal

Fiat Says It Won’t Walk Away From Chrysler Deal
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When the U.S. Supreme Court delayed the sale of Chrysler to Fiat yesterday it put the whole contract in jeopardy, giving the Italian automaker the opportunity to walk away if the sale isn’t approved by June 15th. Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has, however, confirmed his commitment to the purchase, saying that it would not deter… Continue Reading...

U.S. Supreme Court Delays Chrysler Sale to Fiat

U.S. Supreme Court Delays Chrysler Sale to Fiat
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A U.S. Supreme Court judge has delayed the sale of Chrysler to a new Fiat-run company. The move by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg came just before a 4 p.m. deadline set by a New York appeals court would have seen the sale completed. The statement by Justice Ginsburg was just one sentence and gave no… Continue Reading...
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