Supreme Court Decides GPS Tracking Violated Constitutional Rights

A Supreme Court ruled Monday that police violated a suspect’s 4th Amendment Right when they attached a global positioning system tracker to his vehicle without a prior search warrant. In the unanimous decision, the justices said people in the United States should expect “to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches.” This…

Man Faces Fed. Charges For Child Sex Trafficking

A 20-year-old Prince William County man who is facing federal charges of sex trafficking of children made his first court appearance in U.S. District Court Tuesday. According to officials, Ramiro Espinoza-Jamaica was arrested last week on charges he abused and prostituted teen girls out of his apartment. He allegedly found middle school girls with problems…