State v. Costin

In State v. Costin, 168 Vt. 175, 181, 720 A.2d 866, 870 (1998), the Court analyzed the situation where law enforcement had placed video surveillance cameras on a suspected marijuana field. The Court dismissed the claim that the video surveillance alone created an Article 11 search. "We do not see how Article 11 protects against the use of a technological device that accomplishes the same result as a lawful in-person stake-out, and nothing more." Id.