Judge tosses drug case, rebukes BCSO tacticsThe News Herald
Apr. 28, 2013
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PANAMA CITY — A local judge threw out a case against a man caught with 13 pounds of marijuana, ruling Bay County sheriff’s deputies used an illegally placed GPS unit to track his movements, violated his due process rights and then misled attorneys about it and destroyed evidence.