Evidence from GPS installed on defendant’s car without probable cause should have been suppressed – Georgia court Jul 212013 July 21, 2013 Posted by Dissent 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…Court: There is no 4A issue in police managing to…File sharing on an unsecured wireless network? No… Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.