Saturday, July 09, 2011

Private Investigator News: Court rules wife can use GPS to track cheating husband

"A New Jersey appellate court panel ruled that using GPS to track a cheating spouse was not invasion of privacy.

There is a criminal case currently being considered by the Delaware Supreme Court on the use of GPS tracking that we have been following. Friday's ruling comes from just up the road in Gloucester County, New Jersey based on the battle of a divorcing couple.

The plaintiff, who was a law enforcement officer, initially sued his wife for invasion of privacy as well as a private investigator hired by his now ex-wife. The wife put a GPS tracking device in the glove compartment of vehicle which they both owned but was primarily driven by husband. The information from the GPS tracking device was used by the private investigator to catch the cheating husband with another woman."

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