Evidence from GPS installed on defendant’s car without probable cause should have been suppressed – Georgia court Jul 212013 July 21, 2013 Court Over on FourthAmendment.com, John Wesley Hall posts a welcome opinion in Hamlett v. State, 2013 Ga. App. LEXIS 685 (July 16, 2013. Read an excerpt from the ruling on his blog. Related Posts:CA11: First offender DNA sample that should have…Jones doesn’t create a REP in a computer with P2P…Bronx Co. applies the wrong burden of proof making…File sharing on an unsecured wireless network? No…A smart electric meter that transmits information… Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.