SHEBOYGAN (WKOW) – The Wisconsin Supreme Court justices will hold court in Sheboygan Thursday and hear two cases.
One case will consider if GPS tracking on a cell phone used by police without a warrant violate that person's constitutional rights. Nicolas Subdiaz-Osorio argues police violated his right to privacy when police worked with his cell phone provider to track his signal and arrest him for a murder in Kenosha. Subdiaz-Osorio was convicted in the case and an appeals court affirmed that conviction.
The second case the Wisconsin Supreme Court justices will hear centers on police use of a cell phone signals to track a homicide suspect.
The visit to Sheboygan is the court's 24th trip there. The public outreach initiative began in 1993.
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