In United States v. Moran , the court determined that the defendant did not have a subjective…

In United States v. Moran , the court determined that the defendant did not have a subjective expectation of privacy while driving on public highways. However, when law enforcement personnel install the device, how do they know that the vehicle will be driven solely on public highways? Or, does the court only consider what evidence derived from the GPS device is being used during the trial? For example, if the defendant drove on public highways and private driveways, and parked in a private garage, would the court suppress any evidence derived from the GPS device while the vehicle was parked

In United States v. Moran , the court determined that the defendant did not have a subjective expectation of privacy while driving on public highways. However, when law enforcement personnel install the device, how do they know that the vehicle will be driven solely on public highways? Or, does the court only consider what evidence derived from the GPS device is being used during the trial? For example, if the defendant drove on public highways and private driveways, and parked in a private garage, would the court suppress any evidence derived from the GPS device while the vehicle was parked in the private garage (where defendant had a reasonable expectation of privacy) but admit GPS locator evidence obtained while the vehicle was on a public highway (where defendant has no reasonable expectation of privacy)?