O'Melveny's Dellinger Interviewed by NPR Regarding Supreme Court GPS Case and Discusses Its Ramifications for American Constitutional Society

November 08, 2011

O'Melveny & Myers LLP partner Walter Dellinger, a member of the Firm's Appellate Practice, was interviewed by NPR's Nina Totenberg on November 8, 2011, about the US Supreme Court's case that reviews whether or not police must secure a warrant from a judge before they can attach a GPS tracking device to a car. The segment, titled "Do Police Need Warrants For GPS Tracking Devices?," noted that Dellinger is representing Antoine Jones in the case. Click HERE to listen to a recording of the interview (Dellinger enters at 2:29).  Dellinger resides in O'Melveny's Washington, DC office.


Earlier, on November 7, 2011, Dellinger's comments on the ramifications of a decision in favor of the government were also published in American Constitutional Society.