Sometimes, Sanity Prevails 

At least until this reaches the US Supreme Court

Back in November, state attorneys in Indiana attempted to argue that removing an unmarked device that law enforcement had placed on a suspect’s car was “theft”. Fortunately, the Indiana Supreme Court has rejected that deeply flawed argument.

In this specific case, that may unfortunately mean a meth dealer gets off the hook. However, that’s ultimately the fault of a very problematic investigation and criminal prosecution.