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ShotSpotter equipment overlooks the intersection of South Stony Island Avenue and East 63rd Street in Chicago
In this August 2021 photo, ShotSpotter equipment overlooks the intersection of South Stony Island Avenue and East 63rd Street in Chicago. An AP investigation earlier this year identified serious flaws in using ShotSpotter as evidentiary support for prosecutors. (AP file photo)

Court backs arrest by officers responding to ShotSpotter

The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the conviction of a Milwaukee man who was arrested by officers responding to a report from gunshot location technology, ruling that the officers had reasonable suspicion to stop him beyond just the gunshot technology.

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