By Katie Mulvaney
I have had the good fortune of covering the courts in Rhode Island for The Providence Journal since 2009. I relish the beat for both its emotional and legal elements. It keeps me engaged and...
74% of RWU Law 1L students come from outside of Rhode Island. There are 22 states represented in the Class of 2017 alone.
February 13, 2012 |From RHODE ISLAND LAWYERS WEEKLY: "GPS ruling breaks new ground on privacy rights" by Albert Turco and Kimberly Atkins February 9th, 2012: After punting on the issue in the past, the U.S. Supreme Court has again waded into the choppy waters of privacy protection in the digital age in a case involving the warrantless use of a GPS device on a suspect’s car. But while still not ruling on the privacy issue directly, this time five justices gave a strong indication that individuals’ privacy...4th amendment, alito, decision, fourth amendment, GPS, GPS device, jones, professor, Roger Williams, RWU, sack, search, sotomayor, supreme court, u.s. v. jones