The justices, by a 5-4 vote, said the Fourth Amendment protects the tracking data.
Defendant: “I made myself look bad by running away.”
Several area residents punished for felony crimes.
Victim is a woman who functions below a 2-year-old level and cannot speak.
States stand to pocket billions.
Case involves a March 22 incident at Spring Street in Willard.
One woman with previous convictions was sentenced to 24 months in prison.
Rape and murder defendant objects to TV cameras and victim’s family and friends in the courtroom.
Charges range from impaired driving to drug crimes and felonious assault.
Report: Former FBI director’s handling of investigation damaged law enforcement agencies’ image of impartiality even though he wasn’t motivated by political bias.
Various defendants’ charges include illegal manufacture of drugs, inducing panic and aggravated possession of drugs.
Ohio’s voter purge law upheld.
The justices also will rule on union fees, Internet sales taxes, credit card fees and cellphone privacy.
Same defendant had been imprisoned for the illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacturing of drugs.
Norwalk woman ordered to pay nearly $24,000 in restitution.