Comparing the records of two right-of-center justices.
SCOTUS rejects warrantless cellphone location tracking in Carpenter v. United States.
"If I do go to court and get wrongfully convicted, my whole life is ruined."
Government, not private companies, is supposed to provide oversight over police behavior.
Oral arguments in Carpenter v. U.S. reveal a division between two conservative justices.
On the pretext of texting safety, they want to give cops free rein to suspend licenses and fine drivers without charges or conviction.