ORLANDO, Fla.—Legal wrangling over the commercial use of unmanned aircraft will end up before the U.S. Supreme Court and most likely involve the use of UAS for news gathering, a law expert told the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International show here yesterday. "There will be a UAS case in front of the Supreme Court and it will be a First Amendment case," says Doug Marshall, division manager for UAS regulatory and standards development at New Mexico State ...

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