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u/philipmarlowePI ยท 3 pointsr/SilkRoad

The law is not something that you should just make up as you go along. There are so many things I see over and over again that just drive me crazy. Entrapment is not what everyone in this subreddit seems to think. Yes, undercovers can lie, sell, and even take drugs if it is necessary to protect themselves, and a GPS can be placed on a car in every circuit if there is a warrant issued based on probable cause. No PC, no gps device. It's not that hard to get a warrant either.

Anyways, I'm not trying to be hard on you, but I get annoyed by how misguided people are in general in regards to the justice system. I wish that the people who care about stuff like this would educate themselves. If you are interested in learning about your rights in police interactions you should pick up a criminal procedure 'Examples and Explanations' book, or some other criminal procedure study guide geared towards lawyers/law students written by actual lawyers. It would need to be from the last year or so though, because there have been many big changes in criminal law in the last few years.

Here's the GPS monitoring case:
US v. Jones, 2012, the wikipedia page, and a link to the Criminal Procedure Examples and Explanations.

TL;DR - with probable cause and a warrant you can put GPS on a car in any circuit