Law Enforcement and Privacy: Part 1 Movie Review 1975

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There must be "reasonable expectation" of privacy before use of monitored conversation in court can be said to violate 4th Ammendment rights. Six re-enactments show when the rule applies and when it doesn't. See also Law Enforcement and Privacy: Part II (The Intercepted Message).


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Running time 26 minutes.

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Documentary Films, Police Training

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