GPS requires no expert testimony, Md. high court says

ANNAPOLIS – Saying everyone knows what a GPS does, Maryland’s top court has ruled that an expert did not need to testify about the tracking device at the trial of a state transit police officer who was convicted of assault and misconduct in office. In its 5-2 decision, the Court of Appeals rejected Martaz Johnson’s argument ...

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