GPS use voids conviction

Court overturns D.C. man’s drug sentence

But Mr. Jones‘ attorney at trial argued that the case was based on the government’s interpretations of what it called coded telephone calls and the use of informants with motives to testify for the government and against Mr. Jones.

“I am very happy for Mr. Jones and his family,” the trial attorney, A. Eduardo Balarezo, said Friday in reaction to the appeals court decision. “We always felt that this issue was very important, but that it was not fully considered at trial.”

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