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It’s Reasonable to Expect Privacy when Watching Adult Videos

By   /  January 21, 2014  /  4th Amendment, Constitutional Law, Featured 

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The New York City Police Department organized and conducted a buy-and-bust operation in New York City, resulting in a positive identification of the defendant, subsequent arrest, and simultaneous seizure of certain illegal contraband found on his person. At trial, the defendant sought to suppress both the evidence recovered by law enforcement as well as the identification by the primary undercover officer, alleging that “the police did not act lawfully because he had a reasonable expectation of privacy in the booth.”

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