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Mistrial in landmark GPS tracking case

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A federal judge in D.C. declared a mistrial Monday against a D.C. nightclub owner at the center of a Supreme Court ruling that curbed police use of a warrantless GPS tracking. The mistrial was declared when jurors could not reach a verdict for Antoine Jones after deliberating for more than seven days in the drug conspiracy case. Jones was convicted in 2008 and sentenced to life behind bars. His...

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