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November 10, 2012


Scott Morgan

The Slate article you linked to was very eye opening. I have had plenty of clients who had already done this and other sorts of electronic snooping before hiring me to file for divorce. But it is interesting just how prevalent and cheap gps tracking has become. Definitely a gray area in terms of whether it is legally obtained evidence.

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