Expectation of Privacy

Feb 2nd, 2014
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I used "expectation of privacy" as part of the discussion of the Fourth Amendment. The Court has used this to determine when police need to obtain a warrant. The expectation must be "reasonable." If a reasonable person would expect it to be private, the police need a warrant. Can you use this concept to argue against the constitutionality of "Stop and Frisk?"

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