Re: Not the story it first appears to be...
Uhhh, you got 'em big heap axe grind, kemo slobby. Wear down fast keep talk, hav' mini-hatchet left.
Honest paleface. Ha ha, git it? No such thing, kemo slobby.
The thing is it does open a new bucket-o-chicken because if the court allows it then it will equally have to allow the opposite where someone out on disability is actually off water skiing in Miami. If it's known that they have such a device then it seems perfectly reasonable for someone to get and order for the records and prove one way or another that it is a fraudulent disability claim. Juries may not always be the brightest bulbs on the tree but they often have a good nose to smell when someone is trying to game them. It's the judge who makes the precedent by allowing the data as evidence and it's up to the jury to call bullshit. Something they are likely to do in this case but not in the reverse.